CAROL PITTMAN

Carol received her B.A. in Art History, her M.A. in Studio Art, and M.A.T. in Art Education from the University of South Carolina. She has been a lecturer on Interdisciplinary Relationships in Art at USC and has taught abroad as well. Carol has participated in many annual exhibitions and charity art functions. Her work is represented at City Art in Columbia, The Nina Lui Gallery in Charleston, and The Mary Praytor Gallery in Greenville. Carol has participated in exhibitions all over South Carolina as well as in North Carolina and Florida.


Artist's Statement


“My years spent in Naples, Italy and my travels to Greece each summer are reflected in my art. In these places I was/am surrounded by colorful tiles, pottery shards, Greek, Roman, and Renaissance frescoes, mosaics, and other evidence of ancient cultures. It was a profound experience to live in another country. Both in Italy and Greece, I was completely “seduced” by both countries – the land, the art, the history, the myths, the language, the color and light of Naples, and the Italian and Greek people. My paintings allow me to make connections between my life and the life of the ancient Roman and Greek women.”

 

PHOTO GALLERY

CP After Lunch With Dionysius (44x22)
CP Annabella (19x26)
CP Exstacy (18x19)
CP Blowing In The Wind (25x26)
CP Dancing Queens (24x21)
CP In A Niche (23x20)
CP The Siren Caught A Fish (18x20)
CP Villa On The Hill (15x22)