Since moving to Kentucky with her husband and son in the summer of 1992, Carol has fallen in love with the beauty and history of her adopted state, the wealth of historic sites and miles and miles of beautiful, peaceful countryside. Her favorite images soon became those found in restored Shaker villages and pioneer homesteads as well as those to be seen in Civil War re-enactments.
Carol’s favorite historic subjects lend themselves to sepia and black and white prints, allowing the finished images to better represent the historical time when these places teemed with people. But Carol also feels that the lush landscapes of Kentucky call for the use of color film. She comments, “The greens in Kentucky are like no other greens I've ever seen.”
Carol is a juried member of the Kentucky Arts Council’s Visual Arts at the Market program, the Kentucky Arts Council's Kentucky Collection and Platinum 10 projects, and the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen.
Carol’s work can be found at Shakertown at Pleasant Hill; Top Drawer Gallery, Berea, KY; Coffee Tree Books in Morehead, KY; and at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, Berea, KY.