Carole Freeman

Grew up in Winnipeg, Canada and attended the Royal College of Art in London, UK (M.A., Painting). She currently works in New York and Toronto, Canada.

Freeman has held solo exhibitions in New York, Toronto, and Winnipeg, most recently Unsung (2018) at Jim Kempner Fine Art, NY. Her work has received international recognition through London UK, New York, and Los Angeles group exhibitions with David Hockney, Elizabeth Peyton, Picasso, and Matisse.

Freeman will be a visiting artist at Brown University in November 2018. She presented her art practice on the panel Making Art in the Age of New Media, at The Canadian Arts Summit (2012) with Matthew Teitlebaum (Director Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), Marc Mayer (Director National Gallery of Canada), and Stephen Borys (Director Winnipeg Art Gallery) in attendance.

Media features and reviews have been published in New York Magazine, The Guardian, Wall Street International, Artnet News, ArtDaily Newsletter, ArtSlant, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Winnipeg Free Press, and Los Angeles Magazine.

Freeman is represented by Jim Kempner Fine Art in New York and Brenda Taylor Gallery, Boston. Her work has been placed in corporate, public, and private collections including York University, TDS Law, Guy and Nora Barron, Jerry Saltz and Roberta Smith, Morgan Spurlock, Leslie Sacks Estate, Stefan Olsson, Brian Levitt (Chair, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts), Lord and Lady Glentoran.


Freeman currently works and lives in Toronto, Canada. 


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