Los Angeles Contemporary Artist Carol Es

Oil paintings, drawings, soft sculptures, and mixed media collages.

Carol Es is a self-taught abstract artist, writer, and musician who was born and raised in Los Angeles. Known for creating personal narratives, she has used past experience as the fuel for her subject matter, transforming a broken history into a positive and spiritual resolve. Candid experiences are laid bare and forged directly into her paintings, drawings, soft sculptures, mixed media collages, installations, and handmade Artists' books.

Carol's original works are featured in numerous private and public collections, including the Getty Museum, Brooklyn Museum, UCLA Special Collections, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She has exhibited at the Riverside Art Museum, Torrance Art Museum, the Craft & Folk Art Museum, and Zimmer Children's Museum. She is also a two-time recipient of the ARC Grant from the Durfee Foundation, a Pollock-Krasner Fellowship, and the Wynn Newhouse Award. She lives in northeast LA with her strange boyfriend and their little dog, Gemma.