Carol Carter

Carol Carter specialized in watercolor for the first ten years of her artistic career. Described by the artist as “seductive, powerful, and strangely disquieting,” her large-scale paintings incorporate vibrant and saturated colors that are “confrontational in their intensity.” Her dazzling watercolors—like the palm leaves in Banana Palms and three fish in Koi—appear to light up within the surface of her works, as Carter “[directs] and [allows] the pigments to flow and settle into their brilliant final forms.”

Source: Sirona Fine Art