Motherhood and washing up: Caroline Walker’s paintings of ‘women’s work’ – Alex Hyde in the FT

Alex Hyde’s piece in the FT Magazine this weekend explores the work of artist Caroline Walker, connecting her debut novel Violets to her personal response towards the notion of women’s work and domesticity. As she says in the piece, “Walker elevates the status of the work in which her mother is engaged to something beyond domestic labour”. You can read the full article here.