Native Brooklynite Carolanna Parlato draws upon memories and imaginings of color and light to create lyrical compositions of abstract landscapes. Her paintings often reflect a painterly technique and a sensorial approach to color, light, and gesture. She tilts and turns paintings that result in biomorphic form of color.
Carolanna's work is in numerous private collections, including Pfizer and the Library of Congress. She says her art assistant and muse is her rescue cat, Luna.