Carol C. Albers, a fine art photographer from New Jersey, is inspired by the stillness of the natural world. "For me, art is about feeling and perspective in life. If I can translate the peaceful meditation that nature provides for me, to inspire a sense of peace in you, I have succeeded. I typically do that through the use of muted colors, the choice of a quiet scene, and a close crop that tells a story."
Carol's images have been exhibited in juried shows at The Grounds for Sculpture, Trenton NJ;The Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown, NJ; The Watchung Arts Center, Watchung, NJ; The Belmar Arts Council, Belmar, NJ and The Henry Chauncey Conference Center, Princeton, NJ. Her image, "Trails" received a merit award from the Belmar Arts Council in June, 2013.
Carol is a founding member of Focusing On Life, an on-line collaborative blog that seeks to inspire women in the arts through writing and photography. She has participated in Nancy Ori's Heritage Workshops for four years, including the first Creative Women workshop in 2013. She attended the Peter Simon Workshops in Martha's Vineyard, Ma, and studied Contemplative Photography on Star Island, NH. Carol is a member of The New Jersey Photography Forum since 2011.