Caroline Bullock creates work that explores her philosophical and scientific questions about the nature of reality, impermanence and the intersections between science and spirituality. The natural world plays a key role in her work. She sources local materials from nature to create cyanotypes that form the physical backdrop of her work and also serve as a direct marker of place in time. Water based media is then poured and added to the cyanotypes to create additional layers of imagery. Gravity is often allowed to do the work, trusting the paint to forge its own way into a form more authentic than one she could control with her hands. The process is as important then as the end product as it offers a chance at reconciliation with unanswerable questions. The final works are a juxtaposition between controlled photographic moments and non-linear, unpredictable painting. Bullock received a BFA from Georgia State University. Her work is included in the collection of the High Museum of Art as well as numerous private and public collections worldwide. She has exhibited in Atlanta and New York and is represented by Spalding Nix Fine Art in Atlanta, Georgia.