Caroline Hatfield’s creative practice utilizes sculpture, installation, and mixed media to explore themes of landscape and science fiction. After completing a Sculpture BFA at The University of Tennessee, she earned an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Art from Towson University. Hatfield has been included in numerous publications and has exhibited artwork nationally at venues such as The Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC and The Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington, DE. Solo exhibitions include "Land and Water" at 500 X Gallery in Dallas, TX and “Unearthing” at Target Gallery in Alexandria, VA. Among Hatfield’s awards and honors, she is a recipient of the Trawick Contemporary Art Prize and a South Arts Cross-Sector Impact Grant. As Assistant Professor and Area Coordinator of Sculpture at Mississippi State University, she lives and works in Starkville, MS.
Sculpture, Installation Art, Materiality, Environmental Art, Landscape
- MOONRISE. The Pandemic Post. Issue The Future Issue, Page **. 2022
- Under a White Sky/ The Nature of the Future. Alluvian. Issue Weird Weather Issue, Page Visual Art, Page 1 . 2022
- Foresights and Futures. Washington Post. 2022
- "Artist Talk." UNCC Department of Art & Art History, University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC. 2021
- "Critique." FATE , FATE, Denver, CO, USA. 2023
- "Artist Talk." Opening Reception and Artist Talks for Turning Tides Exhibit, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA, USA. 2022