Caron Bowman has a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Master of Arts degree in ESE. Her artwork has received international recognition and has been on display in various museums and galleries in the United States, Europe and Asia.
This year, she was a featured artist in the Wynwood Miami Mix Art Fair. She was selected by Bombay Sapphire Corporation /Russell and Danny Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Art Foundation to be included in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series. The series showcases the best emerging artist around the United States.
The Beck’s corporation selected her as a semi-finalist for the 2012 Beck’s Green Box augmented reality series. Her work is currently on display on the Beck’s global website. Her art was chosen as the official image for the 2012 Miami Beach Stepping Out for the Arts Luncheon. She was selected for the Fiat /Redeye graffiti challenge which showcase the best in graffiti and street art in Broward County. Rapper Kendrick Lamar in association with Creative Allies showcased her artwork in NYC at the Galapagos Art Space.
She has been profiled in publications including The American Latino Museum, The 2012 and 2013 Los Angeles African American Heritage Guide and Nick Knight’s – SHOW studio. Caron is the recipient of numerous honors including the Palm Beach County Cultural Council NARP residency Grant and the Lighthouse Art Center Expressive Textiles Award. Her accomplishments include having a piece featured in the film “Just Cause” featuring Blair Underwood and Sean Connery.
Throughout the years, Caron has lent her talent, energy, and time to many philanthropic causes, such as Armory Art Center, The ARC of Palm Beach County and Kretzer Piano Music Foundation. For the Kretzer foundation’s Key to the City project, she painted a piano that was displayed in the Northwood Art District. After its public residency, the piano was donated to a local children’s charity. Using the arts to educate, Caron has worked with disabled students, creating programs to help children reach their goals no matter the disability. She currently resides in Florida where she continues to develop her visual art.