Artist StatementI am working in two primary forms: (1) as a collagist using traditional supports (canvas, board, etc.) and non-traditional supports such as handmade artist books, and (2) as an artquilter. In my work, I use papers and fabrics that I paint, print, stitch found objects; digital images; text written by me and found text.
Carole is known for her multi-layered collages that combine acrylic painting, mono-printing, stenciling, stitching and digital transfers on textiles and other media. Carole has exhibited in galleries and museums in the U.S. and Canada. Carole’s work is in the Permanent Collection of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum (Golden, Colorado) and appears in numerous publications including American Quiltmaking, 1970-2000 by Eleanor Levie Spirit of the Cloth by Carolyn L. Mazloomi, Ph.D. and Artquilts and Quilts Today: A Living Tradition by Robert Shaw, Shelburne Museum. JURIED SHOWS “Black Creativity 2007” Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago Illinois. January 2007. All media juried exhibit. Winner, Honorable Mention Cash Award. “Contemporary Works of Faith ‘95” International Competition of Faith Art. Fourteenth Biennial Exhibition of the Liturgical Art Guild of Ohio. Schumacher Gallery, Capital University, Columbus Ohio. March 1995.