WARpaint

WARpaint aims to raise funding for charities that support serving veterans and serving personnel who are living with the devastating and life-changing effects of war.  

The Artist

WARpaint is the brainchild of artist, Caroline de Peyrecave.

The Paintings

 WARpaint hopes to raise awareness of the effects of conflict through art and generating valuable funds for worthy  charities. Utilising the therapeutic power of the art and how the experience has the ability to help injured veterans.

The Sitters

The core of the project is a selection of life size full-length portraits of living sailors, soldiers and aircrew, men women, representing conflicts that the United Kingdom has been involved in since the Second World War

war-paint-exhibitionaims to raise funding for charities that support serving veterans and serving personnel who are living with the devastating and life-changing effects of war.   

WARpaint is an arts project that aims to raise funding for charities that support serving veterans and serving personnel who are living with the devastating and life-changing effects of war. WARpaint was founded by artist, Caroline de PeyrecaveCaroline usually works by commission from her London studio. She is devoting her time to this project in order to help others.

The core of the project is a selection of life size portraits of living sailors, soldiers and aircrew, men and women, representing conflicts that the United Kingdom has been involved in since World War Two.

Painted by The 12 large paintings and supporting sketches now hang at DMRC Stanford Hall to help motivate others through their rehabilitation.

Over the last 2 years, the full-length portraits have been loaned in return for donation to companies and individuals. The proceeds raised to date (over £80k) have been distributed to charities that support wounded veterans, including Combat Stress, Stoll, Walking With the Wounded and the The Dougie Dalzell Memorial Trust.

WARpaint generates valuable funds for worthy charities and hopes to raise awareness of the effects of conflict through art. Many of Caroline’s sitters, themselves injured veterans, believe in the therapeutic value of art. They find the experience of being painted offers a chance to reflect on the impact of conflict on their lives and how they live today. Caroline focuses on the positive aspects of of what her sitters are doing in their day to day lives, asking open questions and allowing for a natural and easy conversation which is reflected in each painting.

Support Us

The 12 paintings are about to head to Stanford Hall to be on permanent display where they will be part of the rehabilitation process. The collection is available for ‘naming’ rights and the proceeds raised will support the DMRC Benevolent Fund.