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Carol Grigg was born in Portland in 1942. She grew up in Lake Oswego and has always lived in Oregon. She is divorced and has two children, Heidi and Nathan. Carol is part Cherokee Indian and she draws her inspiration from nature and primitive art. "I explore a variety of creative forms; watercolor, oil, collage, clay, inks, music and poetry- anything I can easily and quickly get my hands on. I am influenced by primitive art, especially from the earliest cave paintings. The images I bring forth are surrounded by space and create a suspended moment in which one might rest. In this I would wish for the ideas of ecstasy, intuition, love and awareness in nature, healing power and spiritual unity to surface into the consciousness of the observer - participant. It is the Great Mother energy I am expressing." Her posters and lithographs hang in places from Big Sur to the Cairo Hilton. Her work has been featured at Art Expo in New York and is sold in Scottsdale through Joan Cawley Gallery Ltd. "For me the whole idea of being here on the physical earth is to succeed and give at the same time. Many of us have the means to make a difference."