Carol Loeb has always been fascinated with nature and our relationship to it. Her paintings focus on our connection with our natural environment, from the common, everyday, often over-looked to the apocalyptic. Although nature is the subject for most of her paintings, it is the challenge of interpretation that is what her art is about. To capture the essence of what Loeb sees and feels about the subject is at the core of her approach to art-making, and comes out of her love for impressionist and expressionist masters. Loeb currently teaches Visual Art at Lower Canada College in Montreal, Quebec. Upon completing her art studies, she taught in Ontario for seven years and then went overseas for eleven years, teaching in five different countries around the world. She loved the opportunity to not only learn new approaches to art making and teaching, but to experience a rich diversity of art, architecture and cultural traditions in her travels. Carol’s artworks are included in many private collections in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, and the Philippines. Her work has been exhibited in Canada, the USA, Italy, and the Philippines.