Throughout her career Carol has received regular commissions to create portraits of some of the leading figures from public life, society, sport and the entertainment world in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
The Irish artist’s gift as a portraitist is well recognised and she has undertaken commissions on behalf of institutions such as the Ulster Museum, Trinity College Dublin, the Northern Ireland Assembly and Windsor Castle.
Her sitters have included two presidents of Ireland, the internationally renowned flautist Sir James Galway and Lord Eames, Archbishop of Armagh.
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“One of the leading portraitists working in Northern Ireland today”
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Selected portrait commissions
1976 Gloria Hunniford (Arts Council for Northern Ireland)