Major Changes

I suppose you thought that I had totally forgotten about my web site. Actually, the complete opposite. Everything crashed in late September when I emailed a post. Since then, I have been working diligently with WP Fix It to switch to a new web host and finalize what I started this summer – a major overhaul of my web site.

You will notice that I now have recent blog posts along with upcoming events listed on my front page. And I am very busy the next month! After longing to travel, I am headed to NYC this weekend and DC in a couple of weeks. I am very excited and honored to be included in these upcoming exhibits. I promise to post more soon!

I still plan to renew my Etsy account and upload images to my portfolio, which is why I selected this theme to begin with. Plus I plan to move over my Telling Stories site to be incorporated with this one.

Thanks for your patience! Please expect to read a lot more soon.

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Artist

Artist

I combine formed paper, found materials, and written biographical stories to create sculptural books, which focus on my family, personal history, and spirituality.

Author

Author

Okay, I love alliteration. I write a lot. Every day. Way more than I create art. My writing informs my work and is an integral part of my final pieces of my sculptural books.

Advocate

Advocate

I believe play is important work. That also means fighting for a clean environment. I speak up for playgrounds (very fun) and against coal ash (not so fun).

Kind Words

  • Caroline can bring sacred ideas to life in her beautiful artistic expressions. As a pastor, my collaboration with Caroline deepened my congregation’s communal experience of worship and her art continues to inspire and deepen my own spiritual practice.

    Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, Riverside Church, NYC
  • Thank you for sharing your wonderful work with Nelson and me. Your books tell such powerful stories! I am enriched a thousand, thousand fold.

    Charlotte Linder

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