PACIFIC ART LEAGUE OF PALO ALTO JURIES IN MICRO-CRYSTAL ARTWORK BY CAROL ROULLARD FOR “SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE FUTURE OF ART” EXHIBITION
Artist Carol Roullard’s micro-crystal photography art pieces, Beauty Within, Rose Mountains at Sunset and Ice Phoenix, are showing in “Science, Technology and the Future of Art,” Pacific Art League of Palo Alto’s juried exhibition.
MOORPARK, CA – November 13, 2014 – Carol Roullard’s “Beauty Within”, “Rose Mountains at Sunset” and “Ice Phoenix” artwork were chosen to be included in Pacific Art League of Palo Alto’s exhibit entitled “Science, Technology and the Future of Art.” The juror for the showcase is Gail Wight, Associate Professor in the Art Practice Program at Stanford University. Ms. Roullard is proud to have her micro-crystal fine art selected to be a part of this esteemed exhibition. The show takes place November 7th through November 28th, 2014.
Artist Carol Roullard combines the art of crystal making, micrography and photography to create distinctive and remarkable fine art. Each of her pieces intrigues and challenges the viewer to envision new worlds, fantastic landscapes or sublime seascapes. “Everyone sees something different when viewing my micro-crystal fine art pieces,” says Ms. Roullard. “Many people react with awe. They are captivated by the unusual but somehow familiar structures and shapes of the crystals.”
To learn more about the Science, Technology and the Future of Art exhibit visit: http://updated.pacificartleague.org/images/press/2014_10_24_Science_Tech__Art_Exhibition_PR.pdf
Gallery location: 668 Ramona Street Palo Alto, CA 94301
About Carol Roullard
Since her childhood, Carol Roullard has been fascinated with photography and capturing nature’s strength and character. More recently, she has directed these photographic artistic skills towards creating micro-crystal photographs that evoke viewers’ awe and delight. Using a high-powered polarization microscope she finds unique images that will never occur again in nature. Ms. Roullard prints her works on aluminum to bring out the iridescence in the images, as they were when she first saw them under the microscope. Visit http://www.carolroullardart.com/ to learn more and view Carol Roullard’s work.