Carolyn Buck Vosburgh is a visual artist residing in Venice, California. Whether using a flat surface or three-dimensional space, Carolyn defines herself as a painter using personal symbols to allude to time and place within the human experience. Prior to receiving a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from California State University, Long Beach, she was awarded a BA in Education from Arizona State University and a BA in Fine Art from California State University, Fullerton. She has participated in artist residencies at the Mary Anderson Center for the Arts in Indiana, Red Cinder on the Big Island of Hawaii, and at the Storefront Studio in Irvine, California. Her art-related employment has included co-owning a private art school in Orange County, working as a decorative painter doing murals in homes and businesses, and teaching art at the university and high school level. Her artwork has been shown both regionally and nationally.