Caroline Estelle is known for creating uncanny life-size figurative paintings that explore the kinds of relationships that exist between the body, the beach, the pool and other forms of open-air congress. She uses mannerism to highlight the display of social mores, tactile objects and other tropes from the world of advertising, but in a wholly unconventional and surreal manner.
Estelle earned a BFA in Visual Art with a focus in Drawing & Painting from Penn State University in 2014 as well as an MFA in Studio Art from Arizona State University in 2020. Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally in places such as New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Quito, Ecuador. Estelle is the recipient of awards such as the Martin Wong Foundation Scholarship, the Gayle J. Novak & Cocke Scholarship, the School of Art Special Talent Scholarship from Arizona State, and the Creative Achievement Award from Penn State.