Carole Best is an Australian artist who lives in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. She has been attracted to the face as subject matter from the outset of her artistic career. Carole’s preference is for techniques that allow direct, expressive and physical artmaking experiences, such as painting and drawing. Carole as been a finalist in several major portrait prizes and has work in private collections in the United States and in Australia. She currently divides her time betweer her work as an educator in a Sydney museum and her painting. Her favourite colour is black.
Anne and Carole have worked together since 1997. They have collaborated on four books: Dungeon dwellings [Champagne book], Dungeon dwellings #2, A dozen dungeon days, and Dungeon depths: two artists explore teh self-portrait. The first exhibition of their work, Mostra, was held in 1997 in Barga, Italy. Since then, they have had two more exhibitions together: Dungeon duo in 2000 and, in 2001, Brown is black.
Check out Anne and Carole’s nightly video blogging during a 3 week project in America while exploring portraiture, self-portraiture, woodcuts and carving projects! Join the Dungeon Duo in their fun laughs, adventures and experiments!