Title: An Internal Life Passed: State II
Medium: Polaroid transfer collage
Size: 4 1/2" x 7"
Carol Quint is an expressionist with an increasing tendency to focus on the figure, rather than the setting as the primary bearer of content. Her exploration of self and a broad range of human emotional experiences is immune to passing trends. She adds painting, sculpture, and photography to the traditional art of the print. Currently, Quint is combining these elements in Polaroid transfers, which she feels a natural and satisfying evolution of her art process.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Zone VI Gallery, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio, 1995; Quintessence, A Retrospective: Carol Quint, Los Angeles, 1994; Carol Quint/Work Prints, The Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, 1984; Venus Project, Loaded Brush Showcase, Seattle, 1984; Re-examining the Venus, Southern Light Gallery, Amarillo College, Amarillo, Texas, 1982; and Re-examining the Venus, SPARC/PAD, Los Angeles, 1981.
Her selected group exhibitions include: Underexposed, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 1994; The Art of Photography, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1994; World News, Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, California, 1992; Monothon, The College of Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1992; Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, California, 1991; Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, 1987; Mesee du Petit Format, Couvin, Belgium, 1987; Young Artists Club, Budapest, Hungary, 1986; International Art Impact, International Art Center, Kyoto, Japan, 1986; and Premio Internationale Biella, Biella, Italy, 1986.