Carol Jablonsky (1939–1992)
Carol Jablonsky's lithographs, etchings and sculptures are exhibited and collected throughout the United States, Mexico and beyond. Her whimsical works demonstrate the skills she acquired during years of technical art education.
Born in 1939 in Port Washington, New York, Carol Jablonsky studied at Boston University in Mass., the Arts Students League in N.Y., and the Institute Allende in Mexico. Jablonsky created works in a variety of media, including watercolors, tempera painting, etchings, drypoints and lithographs. Her technical artistry and unique style gained Jablonsky notoriety among public and private art collectors.
Jablonsky's work has been featured in exhibits at the El Paso Museum of Art in Texas; the National Society of Painters, Casein, N.Y.; the Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, Calif.; Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa.; and the Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Fla. Her one-person exhibitions were held at Circle Galleries and Collectors Circle Galleries throughout the U.S. – Circle Fine Arts published Jablonsky's original graphic works beginning in 1972. Jablonsky died in 1992, but her works continue to be widely collected, exhibited and admired.