Camilla Webb Carter takes her inspiration from geometry and optical illusion. A graduate from Camberwell College of Art in 2009, Camilla started designing and producing architectural wall installations in 2011. Her practice continues to develop and grow.

Her unique installations produce a tactile environment with a sense of movement and illusion. It is the overall composition of the ceramic pieces that produce bold and distinctive final artworks. The maximum impact of the ceramics is when they are arranged as a feature wall, an added interior decoration, in place of a painting or to adorn a particular feature within a space.  As the pieces are modular they can be installed as smaller artworks or large scale installations.

Most recently Camilla has been exploring the function in her work. By chance she was experimenting with cutting into her wall shapes and found by adding plants the shapes took on a new form. The CWC Ceramics first wall planter was born; which in turn developed into freestanding geometric pots. This has been a real challenge which Camilla has welcomed happily.

CWC Ceramics wall installations are available for private and commercial commissions also offering a bespoke service. We will work specifically to our clients needs to create unique works of art.