My monoprints are constructed out of space and shape, which define how all the elements will ultimately express themselves as whole. Each work is a one-of-a-kind, hand-pulled image. The more I dedicate myself to this practice, the more I connect to my unconscious – some people might call that spiritual.
Carol Morrison is a lifelong artist who found her métier in monoprinting 15 years ago. Her work is permanently installed in several multi-family dwellings in New York City, as well as in private collections.
She has worked with leading master printers Kathy Caraccio, Marina Ancona of 10 Grand Press, the late Sheila Marbain of Maurel Studio, and Sheila Goloborotko. She studied with the late Robert Kaupelis at New York University, Bruce Waldman and Yale Epstein.
Carol currently lives in Brooklyn.
Each work is signed by the artist, and most are stamped by the master printmaker.