My current work focuses on landscapes that bring attention to the natural environment we often take for granted and ‘urban-scapes’, locations that we may pass by in our day-to-day city life without a second glance. It could be the familiar or something that I have just seen for the first time that inspires a painting – an impression of the setting. Often, I paint ‘en plein air’ finding it exhilarating and immediate. In each piece that I create, I hope to achieve a look that is painterly and fresh. ” — Carol

Carol’s work reflects the diversity of her personal experiences; her lifelong interest in the out of doors is depicted in many of her paintings. Her paintings portray the landscape and architecture of the urban landscape, small towns and rural settings and the natural world surrounding trails she hikes on her travels. She is a member of the

Collections

Carol’s work is in collections in Canada, the United States, England, France, New Zealand and Australia. Canadian collections include:
Cassels Brock LLP
Mill Street Florist, Manotick
Royal LePage Real Estate Services
Royal Custom Contracting
Steamwhistle Brewery
Canadian Society of Painters In Watercolour Diploma Collection at the Art
Gallery of Peel

Government of Ontario Art Collection, Archives of Ontario

An award winning artist, Carol’s work has been recognized with a number of prizes and honours:

2015 People’s Choice Award, Latcham Gallery Open Juried Exhibition, Stouffville
2014 Best Acrylic Painting, Society of Canadian Artists Members’ Juried Show, Toronto
2013 Best in Show, Society of Canadian Artists 45th Open Juried Show, Montreal
2012 Award of Merit, Society of Canadian Artists 44th Open Juried Show, Toronto
2012 Art Purchase Award, The Artist Project, Toronto
2011 Best Acrylic Painting, Society of Canadian Artists 43rd Open Juried Show, Toronto
2011 Art Purchase Award, The Artist Project, Toronto
2011 Award of Merit, Canadian Landscape Exhibition, Society of Canadian Artists, Calgary
2010 Arts Faculty Bursary, Haliburton School of the Arts