Carol L. Myers is a Printmaker/Mixed Media Artist living in Southwest Michigan on Paw Paw Lake and 12 miles from Lake Michigan. She has a home studio on the lake and a public studio at the Box Factory for the Arts in St. Joseph, MI.

Carol was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. After nursing school at the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing,
she relocated to Ann Arbor, Michigan where she studied fine art and printmaking at the University of Michigan.

Relocating to Indianapolis, Indiana in 1979, Carol participated in the arts community as
a student and teacher at the Indianapolis Art Center, trained and served as a docent for the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and volunteered as a curator of the gallery at the Cultural Complex at the Indianapolis Art Center and the StutzArtSpace Gallery at the Stutz Business Center. She also facilitated workshops for medical support groups and curated art displays at Clarian Hospital’s Fairbanks Hall.

Carol is an active member of the Indiana, Michigan and Chicago chapters if the Women’s Caucus for the Arts. She is also a member of the Studio Art Quilters Association, Surface Design Association, Southwest Michigan Printmakers, and FUSEDChicago artist group. She also serves as the Exhibition Committee Chair and Gallery Preparator at the South Haven Center for the Arts. Her work has been shown in national and regional juried shows, solo shows, and in several cooperative galleries. Carol has prints in several museum collections and a large quilt “Women, Why do you Weep” displayed in the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis. She was awarded an Individual Artist Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission in 2000 and served on their grant review panel in 2001.