Carole d’Inverno is an abstract artist who grew up in Italy & Belgium, moved to the United States in 1979 and now lives in Brooklyn.  d’Inverno has had numerous solo and group shows in the United States. Solo shows include Transumanza: Duluth and Minnesota, at the Duluth Art Institute, Duluth, MN (Winter 2020); Transumanza: Massillon and Ohio, at the Massillon Museum of Art and History, Massillon, Ohio; Appalachia: an Abstraction, at the Western Carolina University Art Center; A Way of Saying, at SUNY Rochester Monroe College, Rochester, NY.  d’Inverno is the recipient of The Art of Ivy Side, National Competition Winner, PENN State Altoona, PA; she has been accepted into the historical Artist Lab at Rokeby Museum,VT, and has been awarded Fellowships and Residencies at the Art and History Museums, Maitland, Florida, the Studios at Key West, La Playa, Summer Lake (OR,) Willapa Bay AIR, Willapa (WA), the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson (VT), the BAU Institute, Otranto (Italy,) Starry Night, Truth or Consequences (NM,) and the Wassard Elia Center, Ascea, (Italy.)  Her work is in the public collections of the Microsoft Art Collection, Kirkland, WA; Group Health Headquarters, Seattle; Swedish Hospital, Seattle; Seattle University, Seattle; The Maitland Art and History Museum and in private collections across the US and Europe.