Carol Anna Meese
Carol Anna Meese, born in Washington, D.C., has traveled, lived, studied and worked in Mexico, Italy, The West Indies, Nepal and Bangladesh. Her paintings and photographs have progressed through exhibitions and competitions throughout the United States and abroad. She has exhibited at The Studio Arts Center International, Florence, Italy, and had exhibitions at L’Alliance Francaise de Dhaka, Bangladesh and at The Third Eye, Katmandu, Nepal. Numerous accolades include the seasonal program cover for The Richmond Symphony. Meese was recently awarded “Best in Show” at The Perkinson Center for the Arts, Virginia, and featured in a book on Madonna. Her current body of work is progressing toward the abstract and minimal. Meese exhibits in art galleries in Virginia, Washington DC, and North Carolina.
Meese’s art is included in the collections of L’Alliance Francaise de Dhaka, The University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dartmouth College, a Norwegian film producer, and Michael Ondaatje, Author of The English Patient.
Carol lives in the Richmond, Virginia area, and The Outer Banks, North Carolina. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Psychology and has postgraduate training in fine art, creative writing, and art therapy at Virginia Commonwealth University, The George Washington University, and The Studio Arts Center International, Florence, Italy. She recently restored The Nathaniel Friend House (circa 1816), Petersburg, Virginia.
Carol is a member of Artspace, Richmond and has her own gallery at Crossroads Art Center, Richmond, VA.