Caroline is originally from Pittsburgh, PA. She received her degree in both Visual Art and Art History from Brown University in 2012, where she graduated with honors. 

Caroline's practice explores the concept of re-contextualization. Primarily working with graphite and paper, she creates a state of eerie hyperrealism by focusing on themes of memory and isolation. Her work provides a dramatic sense of awareness of the singularity of her subjects, which allows the viewer to intimately interact with the subject as she does. 

In 2015, Caroline completed an artist-in-residence program with the Center for Faith & Work. She had her first solo exhibition Visual Heritage in 2012 and was featured as the alumni artist at her alma mater, Shady Side Academy, in 2013. Caroline was awarded the William Weston Excellence in Fine Arts Award and the Annual Juried Student Exhibition Prize in 2012. 

She is currently living and working in New York City.



Brown University, Providence, RI - Visual Arts and History of Art and Architecture, 2012


THE CAVE AND THE CATHEDRAL: MEANING-MAKING IN THE DARK, W83 Ministry Center, New York City, NY, Jan 14, 2016  (click here for more info)


THE TRUTH, THAT SOMEHOW NEVER HAPPENED, Benedum Visual Arts Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2013

VISUAL HERITAGE, List Art Center Gallery, Providence, RI, 2012


SENIORS 2012, Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, The Cohen Gallery, Providence, RI, 2012

THE THREAD OF HISTORY, The Glenn and Darcy Weiner Center, Hillel Gallery, Providence, RI, 2012

WILLIAM WESTON FINE ARTS AWARD SHOW, Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, Providence, RI, 2012

ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION, David Winton Bell Gallery, Providence, RI, 2012


Artist-In-Residence, Center for Faith & Work, New York City, NY, 2015


William Weston Excellence in Fine Arts Award, Brown University, 2012

Annual Juried Student Exhibition Prize, David Winton Bell Gallery, 2012