Carol Robinson is an American artist born and raised in Salt Lake City in the US. She’s currently lives in Canada together with her husband and children. Carol is a painter who creates artwork on a variety of subjects including landscapes and portraits. She uses mixed media for her works. While still in elementary school, she loved art and had a strong desire to paint. Although she started painting earlier, she became a serious artist in the early 90s, working persistently to perfect her style before she became an international name. She has a unique ability to reproduce subjects using a style that makes them have an old generation touch. She creates decorative arts that are popular with people from all walks, and has a way of bringing the vintage touch that makes her artwork usable in both traditional and modern designs. In some instances, Carol uses words and well thought phrases to properly drive her message. In some instances, she gives impressions of traditional kitchens and bathrooms.
Carol isn't just focused on providing artwork that's only good to look at, but also pieces that capture moments that tell a story. This allows her viewers to create their stories or try to unravel the story behind her artwork. Carol has worked with Al Rounds and Dawna Barton, both of whom have inspired her. She once donated art cards to Raymond City. The cards were given to individuals who participated in Harlan Taylor Run. Carol is a member of the Inter-Mountain Society of Artists.