Carol Wiel is a veteran marketing executive who developed an eye for color and design in the field of advertising. She recently retired as Vice President of Advertising and Creative Services at Ingram Entertainment to follow her love of fine art. During her work career, she was listed in Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who of American Professionals and International Who’s Who.
Besides earning a B.A. Degree from the University of Maryland, she has attended Watkins College of Art and Design. Carol has studied under L. Gordon, Gail McDaniel, Elizabeth Sanford, Christy Thomas, Gayle Levee, George Grace and Shirley Eley Neichtraub in the Nashville area, as well as attending many workshops in watercolor, oil and acrylic, around the U.S., and in France.
She is a member of the Tennessee Art League, the Nashville Artist Guild, the Tennessee Watercolor Society, Cheekwood and a Friend of the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Art of the Rockies Association, and the Arkansas Valley Art Commission, Chaffee County Arts Council in Colorado, and the Arts Council of Williamson County in Tennessee.
Carol is also a founding member of “Art Seen”.
Carol's art has hung in the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center, Monthaven Fine Arts Center, Ethel Smith Gallery at the Tennessee Art League, Florence Fine Art Center, University Club of Vanderbilt, the Rutherford County Courthouse, Ingram Entertainment, The Educator's Credit Union, Borders Books, the Brentwood and Mt. Juliet Libraries, Belle Meade Mansion and Cafeteria, BMG Music in Nashville, and the Arkansas Vallery Art Center and the Courtyard Gallery in Buena Vista, CO.