• The Laurel of Asheville December Cover

    The Laurel of Asheville December Cover

    The Laurel of Asheville featured my early watercolor of angels on its December cover and wrote an lengthy article as well. I believe you can read it on-line https://thelaurelofasheville.com/arts/visual-arts/cover-artist-grace-carol-bomer/

  • My piece called "Red Sea Crossing" is featured on the link to the show at Center Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI

    My piece called "Red Sea Crossing" is featured on the link to the show at Center Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI
  • Featured Artist for Dec 2017 CIVA

    Featured Artist for Dec 2017 CIVA

    (Click on link below and then my photo for statement and work)
    Featured Artists

  • Artist Talk at First Presbyterian Church Asheville August 13th 9:30-10:30am

    Artist Talk at First Presbyterian Church Asheville August 13th 9:30-10:30am

    The Gallery at First Presbyterian Church (40 Church St.) Asheville is hosting an exhibit of my work in July and August. On Sunday August 13th (9:30-10:30) I will talk about my work and specifically the work in the exhibit. .

  • WORKSHOP at Gathering of Artisans 2017

    September 14-17 -- Asheville NC


  • Cherry Bounce / American Elections at The William King Museum, Abingdon, VA

    This is an invitational show curated by Eric Drummond Smith. To see why it is called Cherry Bounce and to see the art created by 45 Appalachian artists go to the website link below. I was assigned the 1972 Election (Nixon/McGovern). It opened Sept 1 and runs until Jan 2017.

  • MOVED to Pink Dog Creative (Temporarily)

    When 140 D was purchased by the glass studio next door I had to find a space! David Holt, of NC.Music Hall of Fame who also paints, invited me to share his small space at Pink Dog Creative. I am at Suite 101.

  • Andrew Charles Gallery

    Eastern Breezes July 19 - Aug 30, 2014

  • Central Methodist Asheville Exhibit

    June1 - July 30, 2014
    Opening Reception and Talk - June 13th 5:00-7:00
    Central Methodist Church is on Church Street, downtown Asheville

  • 18 Ways to See: Selected BOLD LIFE ARTISTS

    April-May 2014 Upstairs Artspace Tryon NC

  • EDIT GALLERY 8 East Broad St, RIchmond VA

    Opening April 4th! But OPEN 9:00 - 5:00 Monday-Friday
    call 804.381.6750

  • Workshops


    Scheduled Classes for 2014

    Jan 23-24 (alt date 28-29) Mixed Media / Cold Wax Workshop

    April 18-19 (call 828-545-2451 to reserve a space)
    (see news link on my website for downloadable PDF)

  • NEW BOOK! The Grace Paradox

  • Featured Interview in RAPID RIVER June 2013

    Asheville's Arts and Culture magazine p. 25

  • Art of Faiths Waterworks Visual Arts Center Nov 30- Feb 9, 2013

    A juried invitational exhibit of seven artists
    Waterworks Visual Arts Center, Salisbury, NC
    (for directions and information call 704.636.1882)

  • North Greenville University

  • Arte-Fe an invitational exhibit which had its inaugural exhibit in Madrid in August of 2011, is currently showing in the city of Castellon, Spain.

    December 20- Jan 12, 2013, showing in Castellón, Spain, organized by their city council.
    Maria Tarurella, the curator of ARTE-FE, continues locate venues for this exhibit of art and faith, Possibly Berlin, October 2013 and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for World Youth Rally 2013.
    Most recently in Boedilla, Spain.

  • ARTGROUP TALK / featuring area artists monthly

    I have been asked by Luke Allsbrook
    to be the guest speaker at ArtGroup, a newly formed arts group in Waynesville NC.
    Wednesday, May 2nd from 7-8:00pm

    ON SUMMER BREAK...will let you know when the next TALK is going to happen.

  • Flora & Fauna The 930 Art Center, Louisville KY

  • Past Reviews

    "From the Editor: Soli Deo Gloria" Ray Waddle, Reflections, Yale Divinitiy School magazine '08
    Artist Carol Bomer is cerainly familiar with this history. She admires the giants of high modernism. She is intimate with their methods. But she's not terribly impressed by their underachieving scorecard on questions of faith. Bomer creates her own very contemporary canvases by claiming an inspiration unusual in the art world even now - the power of God, the God of the Bible. ...She is keen to convey the dualities of existence but also question their mutual antagonism - the split between imagination and intellect, faith and science, language and silence, purity and impurity. These polarities have defined western intellectual debates for four hundred years,fragmenting the ego, fragmenting the world. But Bomer witnesses to the overwhelming divine power that oversees the human fray and beckons humanity back to peace and wholeness. She sees healing potential in Scripture itself. Reading and meditating on the word of God is a decisive source of her own inspiration. ...

    Against a church culture that often nurtures its own suspicions of the imagination and settles for triteness in Christian art, Bomer insists believers should look to art as a window on the great cosmic dramas." ...perhaps you can locate this editorial at the Relections website: www.yale.edu/reflections/editor.shtml

    Bye-bye bunnies, hello Tower of Babel , Connie Bostic , Mountain Xpress, Asheville NC