Artists on Coping: Carole d’Inverno

During the coronavirus pandemic, Art Spiel is reaching out to artists to learn how they are coping.

Carole d’Inverno. Then and Now, 2019, vinyl paint on paper, 42 x 96 In. Photo by artist.

Carole d’Inverno is a Brooklyn based artist whose abstract paintings and drawings are drawn from research on significant locations, and events in American history. Recent solo shows include the Massillon Museum, OH, the Maitland Art and History Museums, FL, SUNY Rochester New York, and WCU Art Center, NC. Her work is in the public collections of Microsoft, Maitland Art and History Museum, FL, Massillon Museum, OH, Group Health, WA, Swedish Hospital, WA, and Seattle University, Seattle, WA.

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