Carol Golemboski uses antiquated objects and black and white film to create deep and complex photographs. Her haunting still life images are inspired by past eras, overflowing with human emotions and anxiety, mostly relating to the experiences of women.
Golemboski received an MFA in Photography from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1999 and an MA in Art from The University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1996. She has been the recipient of numerous grants including individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Saltonstall Foundation and Light Work. HerPsychometry series won the 2007 Project Competition Award from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally in textbooks and notable photographic journals in the United States, China, France, Spain, Austria and Sweden. She is an Associate Professor and the Area head of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver.