Studio view
Three Way

An antidote to the flatland of a computer-art experience, Caroline Anderson's panel paintings are intensely colored, irregularly built grids thickly crusted with paint and pumice. The analogy to this physical sort of construction is found both in the surfaces and in the overlaying imagery.

Handmade intaglio prints are likewise tactile, colored and embedded with rice papers in chine collé technique.

Other projects include those that combine Ms. Anderson's traditional art vocabulary with the use of technology.