Carol’s paintings are available for sale, and some of these are shown in the Painting galleries. Carol also undertakes commissions of wildlife in the client’s preferred medium, eg, pastel, watercolour, acrylic, oil, ink, or mixed media.
Carol lives and works in Edinburgh at the Dovecot Studio and regularly travels to Africa to study, sketch and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat. Carol is a committed conservationist and is determined to use her talents to support endangered wildlife wherever possible. She is looking forward to developing sketches done on a field trip to the South Luangwa NP and Ethiopia after visiting this year and working on a new collection of artwork for exhibition.
Carol has teamed up to be part of Sketch for Survival 2018 with other professional artists and celebrity supporters.
To find out about Sketch for Survival’s Touring & Online Wildlife Exhibition and learn more about the conservation projects, click on Carol’s Conservation page
‘Savannah Cat’ ~ Watercolour
It will be possible to bid for ‘Savannah Cat’ and view the entire collection for ‘Sketch for Survival’ Online Auction from 22nd September (World Rhino Day) ~ 25th November 2018. Auction of artwork will conclude on the evening of Sunday 25th November 2018
‘Precious’ ~ White Rhino & calf ~ Coffee & Gouache on Elephant dung paper. Part of a Set of 3
Sketch for Survival – Affordable wildlife art sold to aid …
Sketches and paintings by leading wildlife artists, explorers and celebrities donated and sold to raise awareness and funds for wildlife conservation world-wide.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund, (CCF)
Carol supports, a number of wildlife conservation programmes in Africa and the UK, including The Cheetah Conservation Fund
Mounted Signed Limited Edition Giclee Print ‘Fragile Existence’
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, (DSWT)
Carol fosters a number of orphaned baby elephant through DSWT’s adoption programme.
Mounted Signed Limited Edition Giclee Print ‘Shady Tree’
Mounted Signed Limited Edition Giclee Print ‘Devoted Matriarch’