Artist Carol Drummond

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Carol Drummond was born in Brooklyn, New York, grew up on Long Island and moved to Sarasota, Florida in 1975, where she lived and worked for twenty-five years. In 2000, she moved to Gainesville, Florida where she currently works in her studio inside her 1887 Victorian home, accompanied by her husband and two dogs.  She has two sons and four grandchildren living in the Tampa Bay area.

Carol began her art journey in Hawaii. She enrolled in drawing courses at the University of Hawaii. After returning to the Mainland, Carol continued her education at Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute in Utica, New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. In Sarasota, she met Tatiana McKinney who became her artistic mentor for several years. 

Carol was already an accomplished award winning painter and mixed media collage artist when she started making art quilts in the early 1980ís.  She discovered that mixing fabric, paint and found objects brought her work to new dimensions. Myth, magic and fantasy are continuing themes. 

Reviews of Carol's work by Joan Altabe (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) and Steve Reilly (Englewood Sun Herald) can be viewed at http://files.faso.us/8777/523.pdf.

A recent story in the Gainesville Sun highlighted Carol's art quilts.  "Fabric Magic, Carol Drummond transforms the craft of quilting into high art" written by Diana Tonnessen appeared in the Saturday, October 18, 2008 edition of the Gainesville, Florida newspaper.  It can be viewed on the internet at  http://www.gainesville.com/article/20081018/NEWS/810172856

One of Carol's creations, "Keeping the Faith"appears in 500 ART QUILTS, An Inspiring Collection of Contemporary Work, published in 2010 by Lark Books.


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