Carol Woodin chosen as an Artist-in-Residence at the Catskill Center in July.

The Catskill Center has selected artists for residencies at its Catskill Mountains cabin, located in a clove where Asher Durand and Thomas Cole found inspiration. Thomas Cole described the location to poet Willian Cullen Bryant as a ‘delicate morsel’. The Residency program is designed as a retreat for artists working in a variety of disciplines, and is nestled among steep ravines, waterfalls, and rocky cliffs. Carol’s project will be devoted to lichens, mosses, and fungi.