The following pages introduce a range of Caeria's paintings from the 1950's until she ceased painting after Henry's death.
She was not vocal about her work, preferring the paintings to speak for themselves. They speak of the beauty that can be found in the world; the glow of evening sunlight over an earthenware jar or of the cool light over the sea in the morning. Relationships between providence and providers are studied in landscape and still life.
They also speak of the fragility of the relationships between human beings and their surroundings.
She was no great record-keeper of her own work - it was the doing of it that was important - and some details of dates and sizes may have been lost, and the whereabouts of some paintings, at the time of publishing, are unknown. The slow process of cataloguing is currently underway.