Caroline Fulton is a practising artist living and working in Edinburgh, Scotland. She graduated from the University of Newcastle, England in 2004 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. She has spent several years living in India and Morocco and travelled widely in South East Asia and South America, which informs her thoughtfully decorative paintings of endangered wildlife.
'My drawings and paintings focus on portraying animals, shown against a background of traditional patterns and motifs, which represent the art and hand-craft of the indigenous people in the animal's place of origin. My ethos as an artist is to support wildlife organisations. It is my hope, that through the enjoyment of art and culture and the awareness of environmental concerns, that the viewer is reminded of the value of life, from great to small, in all its diversity and how much it has and continues to inform and enrich our emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.'