A resident of South Yarmouth, MA and Punta Gorda, FL, Karol is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and a former art director in Boston and New York City. Karol's background includes illustration, promotional design and advertising. She is known for her "weatherscapes", tranquil boat scenes, country and city buildings, salt marshes and landscapes, primarily of New England and Cape Cod.
Karol Wyckoff’s paintings and limited edition prints, grace the walls of hundreds of private homes as well as international corporations. Her paintings have been published in several books and many periodicals over the years. As an award winning nationally acclaimed watercolorist, Karol has shown her works and won many awards at the Visual Arts Center, FL, the American Artist Professional League, NYC, the Cape Cod Art Association, the Cape Museum of Fine Arts, the New England Watercolor Society, the Cahoon Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian, Washington DC, and
the International Society of Marine Painters.
Ms Wyckoff has had many solo exhibitions and been invited into numerous local and national juried shows. Some of these include: The National Historic Park, Boston, The White House, Washington D.C., the World Trade Center, NYC, the Academic Artists, Springfield, MA the Allied Artists of America, NYC, the Naples Art Association, FL. the Hudson Valley Art Association, White Plains, NY and the Arts for the Parks, Jackson, WY.
Karol is a member of many professional organizations and art associations including The International Society of Marine Painters, The Copley Society of Boston, The American Artists Professional League of New York, the Cape Cod Art Association and the Visual Arts Center, FL. She is also a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society. Karol owned the Karol B. Wyckoff Gallery in Wellfleet, MA for many years, and now sells her art through her web site, her South Yarmouth, MA and Punta Gorda, FL studios, and is represented by galleries throughout New England. Karol served as an advisor to the Cape Museum of Fine Arts and was on the board of directors of several art organizations. She is active in her communities through Rotary International, volunteering at various art organizations, teaching and donating her art to several charitable functions each year.