Los Angeles-born visual artist and musician, Carol Es writes for the Huffington Post, Whitehot Magazine, and Coagula Art Journal. She’s been published with Desert Dog Books, Bottle of Smoke Press, Chance Press, and Islands Fold. Her paintings, drawings, installations, videos, and Artist’s books have been exhibited nationwide in venues such as Riverside Art Museum, Torrance Art Museum, Lancaster Museum of Art and History, and Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles. Some of her works can be found in the collections at the Getty and the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC. Her collaborative film was also featured in the 2015 Jerusalem Biennale. Awarded grants from Asylum Arts and the National Arts and Disability Center for writing, she’s also a two-time recipient of the Durfee Foundation’s ARC Grant. Carol is a Pollock-Krasner Fellow, a recipient of a Wynn Newhouse Award, and won the Bruce Geller Memorial Award: WORD Grant for her memoir in 2019.