Carol Fabricatore is an artist in the New York City area who is a great observer of all things, and likes to approach creating narrative imagery beginning with an emotional connection to an idea. She often gravitates towards subject matter that might be seen in one's peripheral vision, or passed by on the way to something in the mainstream. She has produced art for books, magazines, newspapers and projects for design and advertising firms.
She received her MFA from the the School of Visual Arts in the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Program and has taught narrative drawing in that program since 1994. “It’s all in how you see things through your own eyes, what’s important to you and what story you’d like to tell. Drawing is Magic.”
Partial client list includes; The Franklin Library, Little, Brown and Company, Union Bank of Switzerland, Entravision Communications, American Health Foundation, Cahan and Associates, Dow Jones & Company, Avon Books, Ballantine Books, The New York Times, Moleskine.
Partial list of Publications Include: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, UCLA Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, Travel & Leisure, Business Week, Conde Nast Traveler, Boston Magazine, Carrier Pigeon Magazine,World War 3.
She has had work in American Illustration, Communication Arts Illustration Annual, Society of Illustrators, and have won awards in the Society of Newspaper Design, The San Francisco Show - Gold winner, Graphic Design USA; Desi Award, Graphis; Top Ten Illustrated Annual Reports, Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, Northern Westchester Center for the Arts; Best of Show.
One-person exhibitions and gallery shows include: The National Arts Club, NYC, Visual Arts Gallery - NY, Manhattanville College - NY, St. John’s University - NY, Garrison Art Center - NY, Northern Westchester Center for the Arts - NY, The San Francisco Show - CA, 407 Gallery, Chelsea – NYC, Grit N Glory Gallery – NYC
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