Why to Choose RedHood?

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Artist Statement

I enjoy being a storyteller and to unveil surprising situations through my art.
I encourage viewers to create their own narratives, where my images are just the starting point to a fantastic voyage. No suitcase or boarding pass necessary.

Artist Bio

Carolina Seth is a published painter and illustrator who works in a surreal narrative style.
As a child growing up in Spain, she was always doing something creative; painting fantasy worlds and doodling on her textbooks, much to her teachers’ dismay.
She effortlessly transitions from creating fun, carefree images to more abstract and complex ones.
She finds inspiration in childhood comics and cartoons, architecture and the world of Antoni Gaudi, natural history, science, fashion, pop culture and everyday life.
Her Asian heritage and fashion background have influenced her unique style, creating sleek, visually elegant imagery, always with an element of mystery and playfulness.

She earned a Fine Arts degree in Painting from the University of Madrid, studied Fashion Design and received a certification in Graphic & Web Design from Sessions College for Professional Design in New York City.
Her works have been published in numerous publications including the Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine.
She illustrated several children’s books, including Treva Jean Edwardson's woodland fantasy "Froggy Fun" and the U.S. multicultural "Bon Odori Dancer" by Karen Kawamoto McCoy, a book that was a Parent Council Selection. Her artworks are in private collections around the world.
Carolina is a product of living and working in several different countries, and her work reflects a distinctive style with international flair.
The artist currently lives in the suburbs of Washington D.C. where she creates from her home studio.