Posts by Caroline MacKinnon

Caroline MacKinnon is an artist, writer and educator based in Takoma Park, MD. Her hand-built ceramic sculptures and gouache paintings are inspired by humankind’s connection to the cosmos. The Canadian-American artist has exhibited her work at Rhizome DC, the Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, MD, the District of Columbia Arts Center (DCAC), GWU’s Luther W. Brady Gallery in the Corcoran Flagg building in downtown Washington, DC, the Brentwood Arts Exchange in the Gateway Arts District in Prince George’s County, MD, as well as in other regional galleries and art centers. At present, MacKinnon teaches art to children and adults in community settings. She is also a current member of DCAC’s Sparkplug Collective and a resident artist at Red Dirt Studios in Mt. Rainier, MD. Caroline worked as a journalist covering arts and culture in Mexico City until moving to the Washington D.C. area in 2011. She has a B.A. from McGill University, where she studied English and Art History.

By Caroline MacKinnon on April 11, 2023

East City Art Reviews—Linling Lu Soundwaves at the Phillips

The current Soundwaves exhibition brings together a dozen of Linling Lu’s vibrant paintings of concentric circles that pulsate on the Phillips’ walls in the 33rd installment of the museum’s Intersections project.

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