Carol Sinclair studied at the Cambridge School of Art before graduating in Fine Art from the Central School of Art, London in 1987. She lives in Hildersham, rural Cambridgeshire surrounded by water meadows and the River Granta. Her sculpture uses mixed media, frequently wood, reeds and other natural materials. She says “I am intrigued by the natural process of reduction and regeneration; by the effects of natural forces such as water on wood, stone and metals, by the way the materials are eroded and broken down to basic elements.” The minimalist and contemplative qualities of her work have attracted commissions for both interior and garden environments. Carol has exhibited her work since 1986 showing work at; the Royal Festival Hall, Smiths Gallery London Contemporary Arts Society, Wimpole Hall Cambridge Sculpture in the Park, Leicester University Botanical Gardens and Newby Hall Sculpture Park. Carol is a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors.