Published on July 1, 2014 by Carol
Carol Snow is a certified tribal artisan of the Seneca Nation of Indians. She is an award winning artist who has over 100 paintings and drawings published in books, magazines and calendars. She has won Best of Division and Category, first, second and third place ribbons in American Indian art shows throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
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Carol was Artist of the Year in 1994 for the Indian Arts and Crafts Association. In 2004 she wass featured artist for the Sharlot Hall Museum Indian Art Market in Prescott, AZ. She also participated in the 2004 Santa Fe Indian Market.
Her focus is on mixed media painting and collages, using various combinations of oil, metal leaf, ink, dyes, acrylics, watercolors and textural elements on canvas and tea-dyed watercolor paper. She most often works with Animal, American Indian and Western motifs, using realistic, whimsical and contemporary primitive styles. She is also a published poet and writer.
When asked why she works in so many different media, her answer is that she has an insatiable curiosity when it comes to the creative process and believes that it should not be limited. She works in the media that a particular image requires and especially enjoys combining various materials together.