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This profile was last updated on 7/20/10  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Walla Walla Community College
Web References
Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce
www.wwvchamber.com, 20 July 2010 [cached]
Carol A. Cole
Carol moved to Walla Walla almost fifteen years ago from Yakima. Her incredible journey in photography began approximately nine years ago when she was given her first 35 mm camera, a Canon Rebel. That winter she enrolled in a Beginning Photography class at Walla Walla Community College. Then in spring, she entered a slide to the Rotary Club Calendar and was amazed when it was chosen for the month of April.
Although she enjoys photographing almost everything, her first love is shooting Walla Walla and its historical buildings. She has been honored to have her photographs at numerous gallery shows including, but not limited to: Fenton Stahl Gallery, Carnegie Art Center, Brickstone Design Gallery, Ash Hollow Wine Tasting Room, The Blue Creek Gallery, and Paula Ray Gallery. A highlight for Carol was when her photography was chosen for The Marc restaurant at The Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center upon the completion of their renovation project.
Because technology was passing her by and leaving her in the last century - she purchased a Canon 20D (digital) camera last spring. This is reopening doors for her photographs to be used for publications and projects like this website.
Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce
wwvchamber.com, 9 Feb 2009 [cached]
Carol A. Cole
Carol moved to Walla Walla almost fifteen years ago from Yakima. Her incredible journey in photography began approximately nine years ago when she was given her first 35 mm camera, a Canon Rebel. That winter she enrolled in a Beginning Photography class at Walla Walla Community College. Then in spring, she entered a slide to the Rotary Club Calendar and was amazed when it was chosen for the month of April.
Although she enjoys photographing almost everything, her first love is shooting Walla Walla and its historical buildings. She has been honored to have her photographs at numerous gallery shows including, but not limited to: Fenton Stahl Gallery, Carnegie Art Center, Brickstone Design Gallery, Ash Hollow Wine Tasting Room, The Blue Creek Gallery, and Paula Ray Gallery. A highlight for Carol was when her photography was chosen for The Marc restaurant at The Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center upon the completion of their renovation project.
Because technology was passing her by and leaving her in the last century - she purchased a Canon 20D (digital) camera last spring. This is reopening doors for her photographs to be used for publications and projects like this website.
Featuring photography art by artist ...
www.wwvchamber.com, 13 April 2009 [cached]
Featuring photography art by artist Carol Cole (through the weekend).
Carol Cole - drawings - paintings - sculptures
www.thebubbleblower.com, 8 Jan 2004 [cached]
Split between (no pun) two galleries in NYC, The Visible Vagina from January 28 (Imbolc) to March 20 (equinox) 2010 at David Nolan 527 West 29th St (showing Gladys Nilsson's Stream 2009, left) and Francis Naumann 24 West 57th St, Ste 305 (includes Carol Cole's Back in the Womb, right).
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MoMA, New York, has purchased the entire onestar press collection in a specially designed bookcase by Lawrence Weiner, including The Bubble Blower by Carol Cole.
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ADA Gallery in downtown Richmond, located at 228 West Broad Street, will be featuring works by Carol Cole during the month of April.
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The abstract paintings by Arnold Kemp, Augusto Arbizo's Rorschach paintings and the distorted photographs by Charles Hovland, provide a non-representational take on the exhibition title, while Carol Cole's ANI (Anti-Nothingness Image and its reflection) and James J. Williams III's installation (looking to document, suspend and praise the evils that ooze out of one's pours as well as the passion and roundness of existence), represent the three dimensional part of the exhibition.
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Carol Cole,The Bubble Blower
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Salem College hosts an exhibition of work by Greensboro artist Carol Cole, beginning February 5 at the Salem Fine Arts Center through March 12. Cole has produced a body of work remarkable both for its highly consistent themes and its wide range of material inventiveness. From a series of drawings collectively entitled The Bubble Blower (from 1976 and 1977) to the sculptures that have occupied much of her artistic energy since 1991, Cole's work has been an investigation of her inner self. Yet, she mines her content so deeply and unflinchingly that it offers a universal message.
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Carol Cole finds calling in second career by Amy Kingsley
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Artists: Robert Arneson, James Barsness, Joan Brown, Steven Campbell, Yoan Capote, Carol Cole, Lesley Dill, Diane Edison, Adolph Gottlieb, Anthony Kulig, Andrew Lenaghan, Alfred Leslie,Stanton MacDonald-Wright, Peter Saul, Richard Shaw, Gabriela Trzebinkski, and James Valerio
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Carol Cole has been selected to be included in the curated artist registry at White Columns in NYC.
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