“Carol Gentithes grew up in the flatlands of Ohio. She has a B.A. from Duke University”
[...The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity....]
Carol Gentithes grew up in the flatlands of Ohio. She has a B.A. from Duke University in English Literature and a B.F.A from Alfred University in Ceramics. She spent a dozen years working in the travel industry managing a travel agency, escorting groups to Russia and handling tourist
campaigns for notorious countries. She has been awarded artist-in-residency fellowships at Arrowmont School of Arts in Tennessee, the Sanbao Ceramic Institute in China and ArtLink in Estonia. In 1997, Carol and her husband Fred Johnston established Johnston & Gentithes Art Pottery in Seagrove, NC where they presently make and sell their work. Carol is best known for her quixotic sculptures, an embodiment of the complex nuances within nature and humankind. Abstracting from mythology, literature and life’s observations, her subject matter ranges anywhere from conceptual ideas to political commentaries. Her work is in the Mint Museum permanent collection and also documented in several publications. She has exhibited her artwork nationally and internationally.