Gabrielle Caul, visual artist
Qualifications: BA Hons (Fine Art with Psychology) 2013
MA by Creative Practice 2015
Gabrielle Caul is a visual artist whose work is informed by an engagement with regenerated urban areas. She uses geometric forms to depict urbanisation, exploring the relationships and tensions found between structural forms.
Gabrielle Caul presents an abstract expression, responding to the vibrancy of urban locations. Contrast is used within her colour palette to capture the emergence of the new urban landscape from the industrial past.
Gabrielle Caul’s preferred medium is paint. She also works in collage, using it as a means of expression and also as a creative medium to inform her paintings.
George Kingdom Fine Art Award 2013
Liverpool Hope Alumni Purchase Prize 2013
Realities Removed, World of Glass, St. Helens, 2017
One Fifty Gallery, R. Jacksons & Sons, Liverpool Biennial Fringe 2016
The Liverpool School, Liverpool Cathedral, February 2016
Incompatible, Liverpool Hope University, 2015
West Lancashire Open, Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk, 2015
MA’ness, Liverpool Hope University, 2014
The Liverpool School, Liverpool Cathedral, 2014
Brick, Arena Gallery, 2013