Carol paints beauty for beauty's sake, and her work reflects a world of color, texture, movement of grass, wind, prisms of light, and shadow. Her favorite subjects are rugged mountains and peaceful meadows, but she also loves orchids and colorful flowers and frosty winter scenes. She has described her work as an attempt to capture a moment in time with emotion and beauty. Carol's oil canvasses are large and impressionistic in style, tone and color, while her watercolors reflect technical control blended with a traditional realistic approach.
Carol has been active in promoting art in the community, serving as director of the Helena Art Center for 10 years, on the Helena Arts Council for 12 years, and the Montana Water Color Society. She also teaches classes and workshops in oil and watercolor.For more information visit Carol's website.