Carol Eisenberg has been a practicing photographer since the 1990s. Her work reflects a strong affinity for beauty, a lifelong interest in fashion and design, an impulse to collect and collage, a passionate involvement with feminist issues and a drive to rebel against conventionality and conformity. It celebrates the beauty, sensuality and poetry in the everyday world and addresses the question of what can or should be considered ''art.'' Her visual language is characterized by the use of rigorous and elegant composition, a strong graphic quality, a rich color palette, use of surrogates and metaphors, appropriation of graffiti and found objects and various layering/collaging techniques.
Carol has an MFA Degree in Media Studies/Photography from Maine Media College. Her work is in both public and private collections, including Bellevue and Jacobi Hospitals in New York City, where it is on permanent display.
A frequent traveler, Carol divides her time between homes in Belfast, Maine and Jaffa, Israel.