Carole, who was born in 1938, spent ten years in close association with the Chippewa people some 50 miles south of her native Chicago.
These early, formative years left an indelible print and she fondly remembers the old Chief Evergreen.
Carol's work is not limited to traditional presentation on canvas and art board. She has painted scenery on cabanas, illustrated a children's book, and painted a 40 foot eagle on Colorado Springs Bi-Centennial Building in 1976.
Recognizing the need for authenticity, Carole studies people and animals in their own habitat. She attends and participates in Indian Pow Wows, historic Indian and Mountain Man Rendezvous.