About the Artist
Caroline Landau is a multi-disciplinary artist from Reading, PA. She attended school at Carnegie Mellon University, graduating in 2013 with a BFA focused in painting, drawing, and printmaking.
After living in New Zealand for a year and interning with a glass artist in Auckland, New Zealand during some of that time, she relocated to San Francisco to attend San Francisco Art Institute to pursue an MFA. It was during graduate school she was able to work in both painting and glass to develop a body of work that looks at the interplay of 2D and 3D forms. Caroline continues to investigate the ways in which glass can interact with painting and performance, balancing many mediums.
After graduating in 2016 with an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, she taught and worked at Slow Burn Glass and Public Glass.
Caroline attended the Arctic Circle Artist Residency in October of 2017 in Svalbard, Norway. While she was there she worked on her project, Archiving Ice.
Caroline is working and blowing glass at Starworks in Star, North Carolina from January until April, 2018.
Caroline will be returning to the Arctic in Svalbard from May until September 2018, working aboard the tallship Antigua and continuing to work on her art.