Carol Lloyd Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Carol Lloyd based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Carol Lloyd
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Along the Edge by Carol Lloyd
Point Lobos by Carol Lloyd
The Dance by Carol Lloyd
Light and Lines by Carol Lloyd
Hunting Egret - Digital Sketch by Carol Lloyd
Double Dose by Carol Lloyd
Solitary Walk by Carol Lloyd
Dug In - on the Amalfi Coast by Carol Lloyd
Sunset Ripples by Carol Lloyd
Winged Departure by Carol Lloyd
The View by Carol Lloyd
Curves in Reverse by Carol Lloyd
Cliff Side by Carol Lloyd
Are you talking to me? by Carol Lloyd
Pink Rhododendron by Carol Lloyd
Ibis Portrait by Carol Lloyd
Laundry Day by Carol Lloyd
Fiery Sunset by Carol Lloyd
Watercolor Clouds by Carol Lloyd
Pastel Cascade by Carol Lloyd
On the Hunt by Carol Lloyd
Contemplation by Carol Lloyd
Sunflower Wave by Carol Lloyd
Posed to Strike by Carol Lloyd
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About Carol Lloyd
Carol began her journey into the arts during her early teens, thanks to a wonderful teacher who gave Carol new perspectives to explore. That curiosity continued to expand and flourish. Carol went on to study art and architecture, receiving a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University.
Composition, design elements, forms and textures became the foundation for seeing the world around her. Carolâ€™s photography and digital art has evolved over the years, using the elements of design to create a view into the world which is atypical and inspired by the lines and angles of a building or the curves, textures and flow of nature. Bringing out textures and making use of light play are key elements in her work to accentuate the beauty around us.
Carol now resides in Florida giving her a myriad of wildlife subjects to capture. She also loves to travel which only expands her horizons and photographic opportunities. Carol explores textural techniques and the dynamic range of digital art from her original photos, drawing on her background in various art disciplines.