Growing up in Rhode Island, Caroline Pyle, Jr. was always surrounded by beauty; beauty that inspired creativity. Her power to create manifested itself early through painting. She was placed in advanced art classes during her early school years but later got sidetracked. After graduating from Yale University, she worked in the field of public health for over 15 years addressing health disparities. But then providence steered her back to her passion for creativity….
Courage and determination pulled Caroline through a nearly fatal car accident. This catastrophic event has had a transforming effect on her, as she now uses painting as a vehicle to communicate hope to the world. Her passion for creativity, which was first a means of personal survival during her recovery, has now become a voice of hope for broader audiences.
A self taught artist, Caroline has proven in her abstract work that pain and brokenness can yield beauty. Vivid color combinations are the hallmark of her dramatic works.
She believes her work reflects the larger ills and brokenness of this world with the hope that transformation is yet possible on a macro level.