Carol Schiffleger Biography

Carol Schiffleger




Born in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, in 1937, Carol Schiffleger
 studied at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, B.SC. 1960, M.SC. 1961. 
The painter and printmaker has lived and worked in Wisconsin, New York City, Toronto, Auckland, Vancouver, and England, creating new art and teaching at university, museum and art school levels. Now living in New Zealand, she continues to exhibit new works. Schiffleger was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy in 1980.

Included in the collections of: The National Air & Space Museum, Washington, D.C.; Grupa Junij, Yugoslavia;
World Print Council, San Francisco; 
Lutheran Brotherhood, Minneapolis; 
Toronto Dominion Bank; 
University of Waterloo; City of Toronto; 
Northern & Central Gas Corporation; 
Bell Canada; 
Guaranty Trust;
Reed Paper Company;
Odeon Theatres
Canada; Procter & Gamble; 
Esso (Calgary); 
Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, Ontario; 
Lindsay Hospital, Lindsay, Ontario; 
Sudbury (Ontario) Board of Education; Richardson Securities; 
Hodgson, Robertson, Laing; various private collections.

Awards and Grants include: Colour and Form Society;
Canada Council; 
Ontario Society of Artists; Ontario Arts Council; 
Canadian Painters and Etchers

An extensive list of exhibitions and collections can be found on the artist's website.