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I have published two books and three exhibition catalogs in my Women of Color and Accomplishment series. Book 3, Doing the Right Thing will be published March, 2024.

Women of Color and Accomplishment (the 1st book), was published November 11, 2021. It contains portraits and bios of 31 Black women who have accomplished much despite often having many challenges to overcome. Most of the women in the book have not had the recognition they deserve and this is my way of honoring their lives. The book is currently available at here and at my studio in San Rafael, California. Details are here.

Women of Color and Accomplishment, Fighting for Equality was published October 1, 2022. It contains 31 portraits and brief bios of historical African American women who have achieved much. Order here. Go to my artist web page for more details.

Here is a preview of book 3, Women of Color and Accomplishment, Doing the Right Thing.

The first exhibition catalog, Fighting for Equality, was created for the HVCC show December 2022 to January 2023 available here. A press article on the show.

The second catalog, Doing the Right Thing, was for Carol’s second show at Community Media Center of Marin June through August 2023 is available here. Photos from the show.

The most recent catalog is on second showing of Doing the Right Thing, showing work painted in 2023, was at HVCC February through March 2024. Info.

I now have an Inspirational Card Deck of 53 cards from my Women of Color and Accomplishment series. These are available at my San Rafael studio or you can order them by emailing me at carol@caroljacobsen.org

53 Card Deck

My first book: Painting With an Elephant (2013). The second edition was published October 1, 2022.

Painting With An Elephant, 2nd Edition

A catalog of my show Omo Valley: Revisited (2019) is only available at my studio: Artworks Downtown, Studio #10, 1337 4th St., San Rafael, California  

My second book: Omo Valley: Vanishing Tribes (2013)

Omo Valley
Omo Valley: Vanishing Tribes

I named my business Mt. Tam Design because Mt. Tamalpais is the inspiring view outside my office window.