Carolina Seth


In November, Arch Enemy Arts gallery opened the fourth installment of their annual small works show: Small Wonders.


I was honored to be one of the 40+ artists chosen from among almost 300 submissions. The exhibition featured more than 75 original works from both established and from emerging talent from across the globe. 






"Stories from Home" and "Cloudy Day" traveled to lovely Philadelphia for the event.








October is coming to an end, and today as I'm siting here writing, it happens to be Halloween.


Yay! LA Magazine celebrates this spectacular season with a month long ‘Horror Movie A Day’ collection, brimming with thrills and chills sure to get your blood pumping. Over 100 artists contribute their creative interpretations to a great variety of films for this event, which Beautiful Bizarre Magazine has written about it.


I had so much fun being part of it and creating my version of the Asian extreme "A Tale of Two Sisters", one of my favorite movies in the genre.

Read the story behind my piece and see all the artworks here.




Sisters getting ready to appear. Work in Progress.




"A Tale of Two Sisters".







I'm thrilled to be part of "A Little Darkness 2" show at Night Gallery Fine Art in California.




I'll be joining a group of very talented artists from September 5th to October 3rd.

"Liquefy" will be featured in the exhibition.








My work is featured in the CITY, Vol 1 issue of The Alchemist.


The Alchemist is a highly visual International Fashion & Arts magazine featuring he latest in the world of fashion design, fashion illustration, make-up and photography.


Each page of every issue is filled with gorgeous images and it's a great source of inspiration.






"The Secret (The Botanist's Daughter)" is one of several of my works featured in the magazine's inside story.



Back cover featuring "The Guardians".


The CITY issue Vol. 1 is available in print and digital editions and are both available here.










I'm grateful and flattered that my art is featured in the latest article by James A. George for the Examiner.












Last Friday's opening reception for the Pandemic show was great.


It was a feast for the eyes and senses, each and every wall at Epicure Cafe was filled with artworks. Looking at them was exhilarating and inspiring. I'm honored to be in the company of 13 very talented artists. Epicure is a fantastic venue and The Bunnyman Bridge Collective did a wonderful job curating the show.



Messy desk. Working on my drawings for the exhibit.

Framing and checking for last details.









I'm excited to be participating at Epicure Café's new art exhibition entitled Pandemic. Curated and hosted by The Bunnyman Bridge Collective.

I have created 8 small works for the show.


The Bunnyman Bridge Collective


Pandemic art exhibition


Curated by The Bunnyman Bridge Collective, Pandemic brings together a remarkable group of artists working in a variety of media. Friday, April 24, from 8pm to midnight, spend an evening with artists.


The artists of Pandemic invite you to explore infectious ideas, concepts, and elements through an investigation of the hypnotic and contagious aspects of our everyday realities and fantasies. Crossing boundaries of perception, communication, and transmission, Pandemic evokes a vivid dreamlike intensity through line, color, chaos, and control.

Live music by The Trash Mammals, an arts collective from Fairfax, VA. Their members include a horse, a pig, a chimpanzee, a werewolf, and a couple of humans. Their sound can be described as a sonic mint julep on a cool spring evening.



Epicure Café

11104 Lee Hwy, Fairfax, Virginia


April 24, 2015 through June 20, 2015.

Opening Reception: Friday, April 24, 2015. 8pm to midnight.







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