by Carol Carter
Carol Carter is an American artist whose work has been exhibited in six countries and published worldwide. She received her MFA from Washington University, St. Louis. Awarded an MAA-NEA Fellowship in Painting and Works on Paper in 1994. Voted Best St. Louis Artist by The Riverfront Times in 2000. Carter will be Artist-in-Residence in 2014 at the Biennale d'Aquarelle de Toulouse, Toulouse, France. She will be exhibiting her work: Aquarelles de France-a one person exhibition. Carter has a one person exhibition at William Woods University in Fulton, MO in 2014: Asian Influence. Carter is currently exhibiting Mexico City, Mexico with five nationally recognized watercolorists representing the United States. Two paintings were chosen for the Panama City Embassy, Panama collection for 2012-2014. Crate and Barrel included two paintings for their limited edition Fall collection, 2013. Both editions sold out. Carter exhibited at the Strathmore Foundation in Rockville MD in Stepping Over the Line curated by Harriet Lesser, 2012. The Italian Suite was held at the Cedarhurst Center for the Arts in Mt. Vernon, IL, curated by Rusty Freeman in 2011. A book and catalogue accompanied the exhibition. ArtPrize, an international art competition in Grand Rapids, MI featured her work at 5/3 Bank. Watercolor USA, Springfield, MO included a painting. She was Artist-in-Residence for the Everglades National Park [AIRE] in 2010. The US Embassy sponsored a solo exhibition of her work at the Teatro del Centro de Arte, in Guayaquil, Ecuador in 2003. She has been published in many magazines and books internationally including the cover of International Artist. Carter has taught in France, Norway, Ecuador, Hong Kong, and the US Virgin Islands. She teaches watercolor from coast to coast in the United States. Ms. Carter’s work is represented in many public and private art collections.