Carol Schwartz is a 2007 recipient of the New Jersey
State Council on the Arts fellowship in sculpture. She
is a graduate of Pratt University and the Art Students
League in NY. While at the League, Carol served on
the board of directors as vice president.
Carol spent 17 years working as an
architect/designer. She now sculpts full-time in her
NJ studio.        

Sculpting mostly in wood, Carol Schwartz uses
hundreds of pieces of different woods laminated
together to construct colorful, larger than life
people who are easy to relate to. Appearing
individually, or in couples, their polychrome
textured surfaces give them a vibrate energy.
Their compelling frontal stance is reminiscent of the
Ancient Asiatic sculpture that has influenced them.
Her work has been shown throughout the United States, most recently at:
•        The Flinn Gallery in Greenwich, Connecticut  
•        The NewLeaf Gallery/Sculpturesite in Sonoma, California
•        Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Michigan
•        The Morris Museum, Morristown, New Jersey
•        The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, New Jersey
•        The Ceres Gallery in New York
•        Bill Lowe Gallery in Santa Monica, California
•        Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia
•        The Noyes Museum, Oceanville, New Jersey
•        Gallery International, Baltimore, Maryland
•        Roshkowska Gallery, Windam, New York
•        Florida State University Museum, Tallahassee, Florida

Additionally, Carol’s work has been seen in public spaces, including the
Beacon and Mack Cali Harborside Atrium in Jersey City, New Jersey.