October Museum Store Featured Artist: Carrie Goller

We’re excited to feature local multimedia artist Carrie Goller in the Museum Store for the month of October 2019. Stop by the Museum Store to pick up one of Carrie’s greeting cards, prints, and paintings, many of which feature Carrie’s Woodland-theme seen in her exhibition Creatures Comfort at BIMA in 2018.

The Museum Store is open daily from 10am-6pm.

About Carrie Goller

Carrie Goller was born and raised on Bainbridge Island. She recalls that during childhood she was advised to pursue a career in fine art – but it was a brush with mortality that finally shook her towards this dedicated path. Goller attended Northwest College of Art, and also studied with many master artists – including the classical painter Juliette Aristides, and plein air artists Jim Lamb and Ned Mueller. She has always been inspired by the organic, sensuous forms and colors and textures in nature. She leans towards impressionism – and enjoys experimenting with abstraction. Yet she also paints more traditional compositions, such as still lifes, landscapes, and other figural subjects. Goller works in a variety of media, including watercolor, oil, pastel, and encaustic (melted and pigmented beeswax). She paints mostly in her studios on Hood Canal and Bainbridge Island, but she can also be seen creating watercolors on cross-country flights! She owns and operates Carrie Goller Gallery in Poulsbo.