Caroline Korbell Carrington grew up in a family that cherishes and values the land and wildlife of Texas. She spent many of her formative years in the Texas Hill Country, where she began to create works of art. Over time, art became a passion that led to her successful career as a landscape painter.
Carrington graduated from Texas Christian University in 1992 with a bachelor of fine arts degree in painting. She then worked in New Mexico alongside some prominent landscape painters, including the late David Barbero. Over the years, she has experimented with many types of media, the basis of which is oil on canvas. She continues to paint landscape scenes from the Western United States with a focus on Texas.
Caroline works alongside her husband, sculptor William Carrington in their home studio. They have 2 children; a daughter McLean, 21, who is attending Savannah College of Art and Design; and a son, 16, Claiborne who is attending The Winston School in San Antonio, Texas.
“I am so privileged to be able to not only enjoy the outdoors and beautiful scenery in the Southwest,” she says, “but I also get to immerse myself in the images by capturing them on canvas.”