Carol Graham first came to attention when her painting ‘The Striped Skirt’ was in the Ulster Museum collection. She was then commissioned to paint portraits of people such as Mary Robinson, the past President of the Irish Republic. As well as portraits, Graham proved she is also particularly talented in landscapes by producing a collection of them with the subject of the Mourne Mountains and the Antrim Hills. One of the reasons why Carol is so popular is because of the wide audience she reaches.
Today, Carol’s work can be seen in both public and private collections in Ireland, Britain, South Africa and Australia. She would also produce her pictures in a series whether it was landscapes, seascapes, horses or water.