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November 2012

USA. Carole was honored to be invited as featured speaker at the Adele Wolford Art on the Avenues Founder's Award Luncheon in Washington. (Sadly, due to Hurricane Sandy and flight cancellation from Istanbul, Carole was unable to attend.)

Turkey. Carole is in Istanbul to continue work on marble sculptures.

October 2012

Egypt. Carole is in Cairo to participate in Ostraka International Sculpture Symposium.

September 2012

USA. Back in Portland ... after 5 months away!

August 2012

Hungary. Carole's painting, "Claret," is exhibited in Budapest as part of the Barrique International Collection Exhibition at the Museum of Industry Trade and Tourism.

Turkey. To beautiful Kas for a diving holiday!

July 2012

Turkey. Carole is in Ankara to participate in Cankaya International Wood Sculpture Symposium.

June 2012

Italy Carole is in San Benedetto del Tronto to participate in Scultura Viva International Sculpture Symposium.

USA. Dedication ceremony for Carole's sculpture, "Remergence," at Performing Arts Center, Wenatchee, Washington.

May 2012

USA. Art on the Avenues purchases Carole's "Remergence" in bronze for permanent display outside of the Performing Arts Center, Wenatchee, Washington.

Turkey. Carole is in Istanbul for workshop at Istanbul Sculpture Studio.

April 2012

Romania. Carole is in Timisoara, Romania, to participate in Andezit International Sculpture Symposium.

September/October 2011

China. Carole is in Hui'an, China for the 6th China (Hui'an) Carving Art Festival & International Stone Carving Competition.

September 2011

USA. Carole is now represented by Springbox Gallery in Portland, Oregon. 2234 NW 24th Avenue. (503) 228-1600.

August 2011

USA. Carole's new bronze, Swan, debuts at Art in the Pearl. Oregon

July 2011

Turkey. Back to Turkey to finish 4 meter Dream Cloud sculpture in stainless steel and to participate in the Buyukcekmece International Festival of closing ceremonies.

Germany. Carole is in Germany for International Stone Sculpture Symposium in Mehmels.

USA. An exhibition of Carole's Ariosa stone sculpture at Guardino Gallery. Oregon.

June 2011

Turkey. Carole is in Istanbul for International Stainless Steel Sculpture Symposium.

USA. Sculpture exhibition at Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts. Oregon.

May 2011

Mexico. Carole's new stainless steel sculpture, "Passages," is installed at Jardín del Arte Zaragoza in Toluca, Mexico.

April 2011

Mexico. To Toluca, Mexico, for XX Simposio de Escultura in Stainless Steel.

February 2011

Invitation to XX Simposio de Escultura in Mexico.

January 2011

Carole is creating and preparing sculptures for her June exhibition at Guardino Gallery, Portland. USA

December 2010

In Puerto Vallarta - time to repatina Galeria Uno bronzes, carve new stones, participate in Navy League Toys for Tots Auction. Mexico

November 2010

Working on new bronze commission and small models for big stones. USA

October 2010

Argentina. Created "Primavera" in marble at the Puerto de Arte International Sculpture Symposium in San Martin, Argentina

September 2010

Korea. Created "The Distance Between Us" in basalt at the Bochang International Scupture Symposium in Boryeong, Korea

August 2010

Russia. Created "Vasilia" at the International Sculpture Symposium, Penza, Russia

July 2010

Oregon. Installation of new "Ancient Voices" in Oregon City, Oregon. USA

Washington. Carole was a guest artist at Northwest Stone Sculpture Association Sculpture Symposium and created 5-foot "Toto," in Kansas limestone. USA.

June 2010

Evergreen Aviation Museum. Carole's "Silence" in bronze is featured in the Pacific Northwest Sculpture Exhibition, McMinnville, Oregon.

Oregon. Carole's sculpture, Delerium II, wins a sculpture award at the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts, Lakewood Center. USA

May 2010

Egypt. Invited to International Sculpture Symposium, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

Mexico. Returned to mexico for two weeks.

Eros Arte Exhibition. Proyecto 512, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Mexico. Carved new 28-inch version of "Memoria" and installed at Coco's Restaurant, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

March – April 2010

Oregon. Preparing new sculptures for bronzes and remodeling studio, Oregon.

February 2010

Russia. Invited to International Sculpture Symposium, Penza, Russia.

Galeria Uno. Carole is pleased to announce that she is now represented by Galeria Uno in Puerto Vallarta – "Vallarta's oldest and best respected art gallery." Mexico.

Peter Gray Museum. Carole's large scale "Memoria" in cantera is acquired by the Peter Gray Museum. Mexico.

Tultepec International Sculpture Symposium. Carole is invited to participate in this stainless steel symposium March 2010. Mexico.

Museo Peter Gray. Exposición Internacional de Escultores. Carole's Haven in bronze is exhibited for the first time. Mexico.

First International Puerto Vallarta Sculpture Symposium. The symposium ends February 13. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

January 2010

First International Puerto Vallarta Sculpture Symposium. Carole is co-organizer and participant. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

December 2009

Guardino Gallery. Carole takes part in the Portland gallery's Little Things 9, Oregon.

Puerto Vallarta. Carole spent two weeks in Mexico with Dana O'Donnell to finalize organization of PVISS: Puerto Vallarta International Sculpture Symposium 2010, to take place in January – February, Mexico.

November 2009

Onda Gallery. Carole's bronzes are featured in Feminine Spirituality in Art at the Lake Oswego gallery through December 12, Oregon.

October 2009

Argentina. In Argentina to participate in III International Sculpture Symposium, Roldan City, Argentina.

Argentina. Exhibition Sala Republica de Italia, Argentina.

August – September 2009

Egypt. North Coast, Egypt to participate in 1st Emirates Heights International Stone Sculpture Symposium, Egypt.

July 2009

Korea. To Korea to participate in 6th International Contemporary Sculpture Symposium, Korea.

International Museum of Contemporary Art. Exhibition of Sculptors and Painters, Yeongwol, Korea.

May 2009

Performing Arts Center. Lifesize bronze "Remergence" installed at performing Arts Center in Wenatchee, Washington.

March 2009

Coos Museum. "Delerium: Amerika" is exhibited at Coos Museum, March – April, Coos Bay, Oregon.

Art on the Avenues. Carole's "Remergence" selected for "Art on the Avenues,", Wenatchee, Washington.

Guardino Gallery. Carole's bronze "Delerium I" and "Delerium II" are featured in Guardino Gallery exhibition of Pacific Northwest Sculptors, Portland, Oregon.

February 2009

Arte Luna Azul. Carole teaches workshops in Figurative Sculpture and Moldmaking. February 3-13, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

January 2009

Portland International Airport. Carole's bronze "Silence" is exhibited at Portland International Airport through June, Portland, Oregon.

November – December 2008

Columbia Sculpture Center. Spatiality: Explorations of Scale and Environment. Sculpture in bronze and clay of diverse dimension. Carole addresses considerations involved in enlargement and reduction and discusses digital lversus manual sizing. November 20 – December 21, 2008. Portland, Oregon.

Hanoi International Sculpture Symposium. Postponed due to weather. Hanoi, Vietnam.

October 2008

Hanoi International Sculpture Symposium. Carole was invited to participate in the Hanoi International Sculpture Symposium, Vietnam.

100 World Sculptors Exhibition. Carole was honored to be invited to represent the U.S. in the "100 World Sculptors Exhibition" in Changhai and Beijing, China. She was one of 5 American sculptors selected. May 2009. Changhai & Beijing, China.

City Hall. Carole's sculpture is on display as part of the Pacific Northwest Sculpture Exhibition, October 2-29, 2008. Portland, Oregon.

September 2008

First International Sculpture Symposium – Inspiration Penza. Carole has just returned from Russia where she was one of 52 sculptors invited to participate in the First International Stone and Wood Sculpture Symposium – Inspiration Penza. The symposium is the largest European sculpture symposium in modern times. September 10-30, 2008. Penza, Russia.

Penza Art Museum/Savitsky Gallery. Four of Carole's sculptures were featured in this International Sculpture Exhibition. September 10-30, 2008. Penza, Russia.

August 2008

Mitchell Museum - Cedarhurst Biennial Sculpture/Maquette Exhibition. Three of Carole's sculptures were on display in the Main Gallery as part of the Cedarhurst Biennial Sculpture/ Maquette Exhibition through October 2008. Mt. Vernon, Illinois.

Carole's Olympic Sculpture on Display in Beijing for Olympic Games
.....Carole's sculpture, Untitled (Rhythmic Dancer), has been installed in Tiananmen Square and is on display for the Olympic Games.

July 2008

Justice Center. Carole's sculpture is featured in the gallery windows. Portland, Oregon.

June 2008

Abalone Resort and Spa. Carole's 3 meter marble sculpture, Swan, is installed at this luxurious resort in Hue, Vietnam.

Puyallup Arts Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Invitational. To The Winds II installed at 8th & Main Street, Puyallup, Washington.

May 2008

Hue International Sculpture Symposium. Carole is the sole American participant in the 5th edition of the Symposium, the first event of the renowned Hue Festival, Vietnam.

2008 Beijing Olympic Landscape Sculpture Finale.
The Awards Ceremony, the culmination of the two year Olympic Sculpture Competition, is held in Beijing.
Carole is honored to have her sculpture selected (from more than 2400 designs from 82 countries and regions) to be one of only 3 to represent the United States in the final stage of the contest. Rhythmic Dancer was awarded the "Excellent Works" distinction and will be on display at the Olympic Games in Beijing, along with the winners of gold, silver and bronze medals, which were awarded at the ceremony. China

April 2008

Museum of Contemporary Craft, Sculptors Showcase, Portland, Oregon.

March 2008

Unclad Art, Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center, Stanwood, Washington.

Beijing Olympic Sculpture Exhibition Opens at Tsereteli Museum in Moscow.

January 2008

Beijing Olympic Sculpture Exhibition Opens in Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, Georgia.

December 2007

Beijing Olympic Sculpture Exhibition Opens in Fiji.

November 2007

Beijing Olympic Sculpture Exhibition Opens in Washington DC.

Gottlieb Gallery, Selected Pacific Northwest Sculptors, Portland, Oregon.

October 2007

Carole attends Sacramento, California opening ceremonies of Beijing Olympic Landscape Sculpture Competition Exhibition of Award Winners and presents study for "Rhythmic Dancer" to Professor Yuan Xikun.

Olympic Sculpture Exhibition opens in Chicago, Illinois.

September 2007

Valobran International Stone Sculpture Symposium, Slovenia. (Cancelled)

Olympic Sculpture Exhibition opens in Gisborne and Wellington, New Zealand.

Olympic Sculpture Exhibition opens in Rome at Olympic Sports Center, Italy.

August 2007

Art in the Pearl Exhibition with Pacific NW Sculptors, Portland, Oregon.

Beijing Millenium Monument Exhibition of Olympic Sculptures.

July 2007

International Stone Sculpture Symposium, Mount Vernon, Washington.

Maryhill Museum Sculpture Exhibition with Pacific NW Sculptors, Goldendale, Washington.

Olympic Sculpture Exhibition launches U.S. Tour in Los Angeles.

June 2007

Puyallup Arts Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Invitational
.....To the Wind II was installed at 8th & Main Street, Washington.

May 2007

Olympic Sculpture Exhibition opens in Barcelona at Olympic Museum, Spain.

Penza Art Museum acquires Carole's diptych, Same Sky, for its permanent collection.

Melodies of Bronze Exhibition at Babylon Gallery in Samara, Russia.

Symposium Bronzes Exhibition at Sculpture House Gallery in Penza, Russia.

Solo exhibition at Penza University of Architecture and Construction, Russia.

Finally got to see Lenin!

April 2007

To Russia for International Sculpture Symposium: Melodies of Bronze
.....Carole was invited, as the only American among 20 international artists, to take part in this four week symposium in Penza – Samara, Russia. Author of the project is internationally recognized sculptor, Yury Tkachenko, Professor of Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, member of International Association of Arts, Association Internationale des Atrs Plastiques – IAA AIAP UNESCO.
.....Presentation of Portland Art and Architecture at Penza University of Architecture and Construction.
.....First exhibtion of Delerium: Amerika at Babylon Samara Gallery.
.....Creation of Turtledove Duet in bronze.

January 2007

ArtTalk Magazine features American Olympic Sculptors in January Sculpture issue.

International Exhibition of Olympic Sculpture Finalist Designs. Chinese exhibition in London.

December 2006

Beijing 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Competition
.....Carole's "Rhythmic Dancer" awarded Excellent Works designation and enters Phase Three of the competition, "through public balloting and assessments by specialists, 110 items will be picked up for the final round of the contest. In the end, 29 winning pieces will emerge from the final round for the gold, silver and bronze Olympic medals. The number 29 represents the XXIX Olympiad."

International Exhibition of Olympic Sculpture Finalist Designs
Exhibitions in Hong Kong and Macao.

November 2006

Carole's "Remergence" featured in the 22nd UBE Biennial International Sculpture Competition, Exhibition of Maquettes. Tokiwa Lake Hall, Yamaguchi, Japan, November 3-19.

October 2006

International Exhibition of Olympic Sculpture Finalist Designs
Dongfanghong Square, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China. Additional shows in Zhengzhou, Talyuan, Shijiazhuang, Ningbo, Nanning, and Shenzhen.

September 2006

International Exhibition of Olympic Sculpture Finalist Designs
Changchun World Sculptures Park, Changchun, China

August 2006

International Exhibition of Olympic Sculpture Finalist Designs
Wuyuanwan Feature Street Plaza, Xiamen, China.

July 2006

"Lullaby" created in marble at the First International Sculpture Symposium, Opole, Poland; the theme was "Song." Opole's sister city, Carrara, provided the marble for this symposium, in the beautiful city of Opole, famously the Capitol of Polish Song.

First visit to Russia. Whirlwind tour of Moscow's amazing art and architecture by renowned sculptor, Sergey Milchenko.

Weekend in Prague. Just because.

Beijing Exhibition.


June 2006

In Poland for the First International Sculpture Symposium in Opole.

.....Carole's sculpture is featured in Sculpture Journal Magazine

International Exhibition of Olympic Sculpture Finalist Designs
Jintai Museum, Beijing, China, June 23 – July 3, 2006.

Beijing Olympic Sculpture Exhibition opens June 23.

May 2006

Carole is chosen to participate in Valobran International Sculpture Symposium in Izola, Slovenia.

April 2006

Carole is chosen to participate in the First International Sculpture Symposium of Opole, Poland.

March 2006

Carole's sculpture design is selected as a finalist in 2008 Beijing Olympics Landscape Sculpture Contest and she is asked to send her maquette to China for molding and bronze casting. Over 2,600 designs were submitted by artists from 82 countries and Carole is honored to be among the 290 finalists and one of the eight sculptors chosen to represent the United States. Her sculpture, "Rhythmic Dancer," will tour major cities in China with the Beijing 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Design Finalist Exhibition through November 2006 (all finalist sculptures were cast in bronze triplicate to facilitate simultaneous exhibition). At the end of China tour, this group will be further reduced to 110 sculptures and these finalists will move to the next phase of competition and an international tour.

February 2006

Carole received an invitation from Mr. Yuan WiKun, Director of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Landscape Sculpture Design Committee to participate in this international event and has been chosen as a finalist.

January 2006

Post symposium creativity inspires numerous new sculptures.

December 2005

Returned from Vietnam’s International Sculpture Symposium: Hallmark II at Chau Doc, An Giang Province. To The Wind and Pearl were created in marble.

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