Carol Es Press Kit Biographies

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150 Word Bio:

Native Los Angelina, Carol Es is a writer, musician, and self-taught artist by trade, known primarily for creating personal narratives within a wide spectrum of media. She often uses past experience as the fuel for subject matter, and has written articles of art critique for the Huffington Post, Whitehot Magazine, and Coagula Art Journal. Her prose has been published with small presses — Bottle of Smoke Press, Islands Fold, and Chance Press among them. Her Artist’s books are featured in such collections as the Getty Research Library, Brooklyn Museum, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Carol was awarded a grant from Asylum Arts: a Global Network for Jewish Artists for writing, a National Arts and Disability Center/California Arts Council grant in 2016, and is a two-time recipient of the ARC Grant from the Durfee Foundation. She’s also a Pollock-Krasner Fellow and won the Wynn Newhouse Award in 2015.

 

100 Word Bio:

Los Angeles writer, musician (drummer), and self-taught artist Carol Es writes for the Huffington Post, Whitehot Magazine, and Coagula Art Journal. She’s been published with Bottle of Smoke Press, Islands Fold, and Chance Press, and her Artist’s books are featured in the Getty Research Library, Brooklyn Museum, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Awarded a grant from Asylum Arts for writing, a National Arts and Disability Center grant in 2016, she’s also a two-time recipient of the Durfee Foundation’s ARC Grant. Carol is a Pollock-Krasner Fellow and won the Wynn Newhouse Award in 2015.

 

50 Word Bio:

Drummer and self-taught artist Carol Es writes for Huffington Post, Whitehot Magazine, and Coagula Art Journal. Published with Bottle of Smoke Press, her Artist’s books reside in the Getty and National Museum of Women in the Arts. A Pollock Krasner Fellow, Carol has earned awards in both writing and art.