American artist Carole Turner, who lives and works in Istanbul, Turkey, creates contemporary sculpture in stone, steel, bronze, and wood. She carves, fabricates, and models with abstracted and geometric design, as well as voluptuous figurative and organic form.
Carole's sculpture is exhibited internationally and her many monumental sculptures can be found in the collections of museums, municipalities, sculpture parks, and corporations in Italy, Argentina, Germany, Vietnam, Russia, South Korea, Austria, Poland, Romania, Mexico, Egypt, Turkey, China, Chile, India, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Greece, and the United States.
Carole came to Haliburton as part of the Carved on the Canadian Shield Sculpture Symposium in order to carve her sculpture. Celebrating Canada, Ontario, and Dysart 150, four artists came to Haliburton to carve a piece out of limestone representing Canada and the Canadian Shield.