Photo by Tushona Monét
Carolyn Springer, a global, multi-media visual artist, describes herself as a pursuer of beauty, wherever that vision may take her. She has made over 800 pieces of art including paintings, sculptures, and installations. These pieces have been shown in galleries and collections all over the world, including the Yokohama Civic Art Gallery in Azamino, Japan, the Bakersfield, California Museum of Art, and the Evansville Museum of Art in Indiana. She received a Creative Renewal Fellowship to study sacred sites in Hiroshima, Kyoto, and Tokyo, Japan, and the experience continues to influence her work. Her work is in dozens of private and public collections, including Indiana University Health, PNC Bank, Riley Hospital for Children, and IUPUI's Center for Teaching and Learning in Indianapolis, Indiana. Springer has been an associate adjunct professor for over twenty-five years and currently teaches at Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis.