Artist's Statement:
Carolyn Pettigrew. I enjoy creating “things” – including prints and hand-crafted photographs. There is sometimes a debate about what is craft and what is art. I believe there is a wonderful crossover and in not being too prescriptive about classifying oneself in any particular genre. The result is “works on paper” that are pleasing to oneself and hopefully to others as well.

Recent exhibitions and awards include:
Finalist Hornsby Art Prize 2022
Joint exhibition "Floriana" Gallery Lane Cove. 2022
Joint exhibition "Blue Bleu Blau Azul...", Art Space on The Concourse, 2020
Joint exhibition "Velatino", on line 2020
Joint exhibition, “Lyrebird Tales”, The Shop. 2019
Finalist John Villiers Outback Prize. 2019
Joint exhibition "Out of the Blue", Wallarobba,2018
Joint exhibition "The Indecisive Moment", Art Space on the Concourse,2018
Joint exhibition “Nebuli in 12 Parts”, Art Space on the Concourse,2018
Finalist Hornsby Art Prize (acquisitive), 2017
Joint exhibition “Monochrome diaries”, Art Space on the Concourse, 2017
Finalist, Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, 2017
Exhibitor “Gippsland Print Prize, 2017
Joint exhibition “Photographic Alchemy”, Art Space on the Concourse, 2016
Joint Exhibition “No Pressure”, Hornsby Library, 2016
Joint Exhibition “Apple &”, Wallarobba, 2016
Joint exhibition “ContemPlate”, Art Space on the Concourse, 2015
Joint exhibition, “Unseen Sense”, Incinerator Art Space, 2015
Finalist Gosford Art Prize 2014;
Joint exhibition “Changeable Art”, North Sydney, Head On 2014
Finalist, Ryde International Women’s Day Art Prize, 2014
Joint exhibition “A Portrait of Hornsby”. Wallarobba,2013
Kayell Photographic Prize, Hornsby TAFE 2013
Joint Exhibition "Figure and Form", Lane Cove Art Gallery 2013
Finalist, Ryde International Women’s Day Art Prize, 2013Finalist, North Sydney Art Prize, 2013
Joint exhibition “Farrago”, Pop Goes the Easel, 2012
Joint exhibition “dark room to light room”, Incinerator Art Space, 2012
Finalist Keddie’s Rural Photographic Prize (acquisitive) 2009
See more of Carolyn's work at Alchemic Photography