Nature is Carrie Goller’s inspiration. A Bainbridge Island native, she now works from her studio on Washington's picturesque Hood Canal. Goller transitions within several genres and multiple mediums including oil, encaustic, egg tempera, watercolor and mixed media. Goller paints sea and landscapes, cityscapes, abstracts, still life, botanicals, wildlife and nature, just to name a few of her subjects. She is well known for her creature paintings, especially birds.
Goller enjoys collaborating with collectors, designers and architects for residential, corporate, healthcare and hospitality projects. She provides unparalleled service whether an extremely large custom art commission or giclee print project. Goller is respectful of budget and time constraints for each individual client or collector.
Thirty-two of Goller’s paintings were recently featured in a solo exhibit at Washington’s Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and she shows in her Poulsbo, Washington gallery, as well as several others. Her work has been featured in national publications such as American Art Collector, and Jennifer Margell’s book, Encaustic. She is one of 500 juried world-wide signature members of Artists for Conservation Foundation.
As a colorist, I truly appreciate Carrie Goller’s work. She has a wonderful talent for creative combinations that really do engage the eye. ~ Leatrice Eiseman, Director, Pantone Color Institute
For me, artistic exploration is oxygen. ~ Carrie Goller
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