Carol Guzman’s body of work, her visual journey, stretches like a night train across an unfolding landscape of subject, mood, and approach. It’s a journey powered by curiosity, guided by intellect, and enriched by emotional connection. The point is not to arrive, says Guzman, the point is to keep going, keep looking, keep evolving.

Carol Guzman was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She worked and studied in New York City for 13 years, during which time she received an art degree from Hunter College, studied techniques of the Old Masters at Parson’s School of Design, and worked as a portraitist and editorial illustrator. She came west in 1990, traveling and painting and finding her heart’s home. She now lives in south-central Montana under the shadows of the Gallatin mountains, south of Bozeman, with her husband, artist Clyde Aspevig.