Carol Buchman grew up in Roslyn, Long Island, NY in the 60’s. She received her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and an MFA from Boston University School for the Arts.

Recent group and solo exhibitions of her “Midrash” work include the Silicon Vallery JCC, the Fine Museum of Temple Emmanuel in San Francisco, Columbia University, Boston University, CRC, St. Louis, where she won the Juror’s award, the Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery in Boca Raton, the Tychman Shapiro Gallery in Minneapolis and the Temple Arts Fair, one of Nashville’s premier (secular) Art events, where a piece was purchased by the Tennessee State Museum.

Her paintings have been featured in solo and group shows in Memphis at the Brooks Museum of Art, Christian Brothers University Gallery, Perry Nicole Fine Art, and Askew Nixon Architects Gallery. In Boston, at the Cyclorama Gallery, Piano Factory Gallery and Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In addition Ms. Buchman has been commissioned and collected in public spaces, schools, corporate offices, and Synagogues. Ms. Buchman currently lives in Memphis, Tennessee with her sculptor husband and 2 cats.


Recent Work

Recent Press

Spring 2009
"Parabola Magazine"
A Quarterly publication on myths, rituals, symbols, and arts of the world's spiritual traditions.
Spring issue

Winter 2008-9
Sh’ma, a Literary, Artistic and Cultural Journal
Winter issue

Fall 2008
Voices of Conservative Judaism
Fall issue 2008

Selected Recent Reviews

September 2008
The Jewish News Weekly of Nortthern California
"Blessings from the Bible Belt: Southern artist’s collages are a modern twist on Jewish themes"

April 2006
Reviews of "Midrash, Stories Reclaimed" show at Perry Nicole Fine Art Gallery
• The Commercial Appeal
• Memphis Jewish Journal
• Memphis Flyer

February 2006
Previews of "Midrash, Stories Reclaimed"

January 26, 2005
Memphis Flyer
"Seeing Red at "the Red Show"
—by Carol Knowles

August 26-Sept 1 2004
The Memphis Flyer
"Deep Space, Three Explorers at Perry Nicole"
—By Carol Knowles


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