Carol Montoya Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Carol Montoya based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Carol Montoya
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Biltmore Christmas Night All Covered In Snow by Carol Montoya
Blue Ridge Mountain Color by Carol Montoya
Biltmore Christmas Night all Covered In Snow Painting by Carol Montoya
Cataloochee Bull Elk in Sepia by Carol Montoya
Shrimp Boats Shem Creek In Mt. Pleasant South Carolina Sunset by Carol Montoya
Looking Out Over Woolyback On The Blue Ridge Parkway by Carol Montoya
Pisgah Inn's Rocking Chairs by Carol Montoya
Rainbow Trout by Carol Montoya
John Oliver's Cabin In Cades Cove by Carol Montoya
Fall at Triple Falls by Carol Montoya
Cabby Joe's Sunglow Pier by Carol Montoya
My Version Of Mabry Mills Virginia by Carol Montoya
Atlantic Sunrise by Carol Montoya
Downtown Greenville on the River by Carol Montoya
Oliver's Cabin Among The Dogwood Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Carol Montoya
Water Lily And Bokeh by Carol Montoya
Stay Weird Asheville by Carol Montoya
Folly Beach Pilings Charleston South Carolina In Black and White by Carol Montoya
Palm Beach Clock Tower In Black And White by Carol Montoya
Botanical Gardens Arched Bridge Asheville During Fall by Carol Montoya
A Little Snow For Asheville Christmas by Carol Montoya
Winter Comes To The Biltmore Mansion On The Hill by Carol Montoya
Biltmore Reflection by Carol Montoya
Pelican II by Carol Montoya
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About Carol Montoya
My initial interest in photography was to keep a record. Someone asked me if I sold my photographs, and my answer was no, they were the possibility of a painting. Well, photography in the digital age has taken hold, and they have become my paintings. I have always laid out my composition before I draw, paint, or photograph the subject in my mind. I have worked in all mediums at one time or another, but watercolor and pastel were my modes of choice. For the present, my growing interest in photography has taken over.
My photography has become an evolution of melding images into art and allowing my artistic side fly. For each image has their own life and story. Come explore with me the world of art through photography!