Carole Bracy

Carole Bracy is a Photographer born in Quebec, living in the Foothills of the Adirondacks North Country. Her evocative photographs of the natural environment can be found at various art galleries throughout the North Country, Texas, and abroad. She has had several shows. Her first in 2017 at North of Adirondacks Artists Gallery. Her artist memberships & shows include The Strand Center for the Arts, Massena Artist Association, Downtown Artist Cellar, L'Association Focus Art Association, The Houston Art Society, Frederic Remington Museum, Rawls Museum Arts, North wind Fine Arts, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, Sacramento Fine Arts California, Foothills, and the St Lawrence County Arts Council. She is a Published Award winning Artist that includes 4th place tie, internationally judged by 25 Galleries,World's best landscape 2021 2nd place, World's best Still Life 1st place 2022, 2nd,3 Honorable Statewide Texas, several finalist awards, 40 others and has also been on the Judging end. She currently judges the Art works at the Franklin County Fair & Almanzo Wilder Farm each year; as well as the Massena Artist Association 2023. Her work has been published by Extinction 2022 Save the planet as well as an invitation only to Spotlight Magazine. An article in The Malone Telegram by Arnold Sauther describes her work as "She produces small but intimate shots of animals and birds up close to fill the frame". She would like her love for nature to shine through her Photography so that the viewer sees the beauty intended. To be transcended to a place you feel alive and free.


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