Carol Saxe is an award winning artist whose work has been published in posters by the New York Graphics Society. Biographical information about the artist is in the vertical file at the Watson library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Saxe's work is represented in numerous national, private and corporate collections.
The artist's work has been widely exhibited in the New York metropolitan area over the last twenty years. Saxe's paintings depict detailed, often sunlit architectural renderings of historic brownstones as well as images of porches, gardens and water views. A recent trip to France resulted in paintings of Parisian architecture, shops and cafes, as well as Mediterranean views.
Previous one person shows include the Rockefeller Townhouse in New York and the Gregg Galleries of the National Arts Club. Group shows include the Newark Museum, The National Arts Club, Art Expo New York and numerous galleries.
Saxe received the Joel E. Smilow Foundation award for painting from the Silvermine Guild Juried Annual and the Salmagundi Club Award for representational Painting from C.L.W.A.C. Annual Exhibit at the National Arts Club.