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A Versatile Artist Who Is Passionate About Her Craft


Carol Ann Anderson

has been acquiring skills for a life time: sewing, knitting and crocheting from her grandmother, drawing skills and aesthetics from her fashion illustrator mom, knitting Fair Isle style sweaters from her American Field Services hosts in the Faroe Islands as a teenager, jewelry making with Navajo Indians in Winslow, Arizona, and photographic skills practiced over a lifetime of world travel. Currently, she creates a variety of wearable and useable fiber art, does photography, makes wire wrap jewelry and novelties and, is dabbling in watercolor and acrylics.

Carol is active as the Vice President of Shows in the Whatcom Art Guild (WAG) in Bellingham. She is also responsible for communications on the Camano Arts Association (CAA) Facebook page. She was part of a team of two who facilitated the La Conner Art Walk for the summers of 2017 and 2018, including a street fair of emerging artists and was also responsible for Facebook management. She is also a member of Skagit Artists. She was a resident artist at That’s Knot All Artists Cooperative for five years and served as Vice President for four years.

Her art can be seen at the at local fairs in the area, her ETSY shop,
her Facebook page, and on her website.
She has participated in many juried art exhibits and fairs over the last eight years but prefers to spend her time working to promote art and art education in the community through her membership in three art guilds in the Pacific Northwest

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