Carol Kroll currently lives and works in Mazomanie, Wisconsin as an artist and animator. She started animating at the age of 5 and later attended the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design as a drawing major, where she discovered her soul as a fine artist.
Narrative is a common thread throughout her work, and Carol finds collage elements vital to conveying this aspect. An avid connoisseur of imagery from the 1940s, ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s, she judicially harvests collage images for her pieces from magazines from these eras, always mindful to preserve as much as she can.
Though on opposite ends of the medium spectrum, Carol equally enjoys working in acrylic and watercolor.
Her artistic influences Joseph Cornell, Alexis Smith, Andrew Wyeth, and Joan Mirò.
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