Full of color and movement, Grace Vasta-Carr’s paintings portray the natural forms found within a garden. The artist sees the garden as a metaphor for the human experience. Vasta-Carr feels that “in a garden as in ourselves, infinite possibilities of nature are restrained and carefully managed to project a cohesive image.”
The artist attended the Massachusetts College of Art where she received a BFA in painting. She has exhibited at the Kingston Gallery and the Copley Society, both in Boston, MA, and the Whistler House Museum, Lowell, MA.