Posted on 24 May 2012

Carol Lozito is a lover of all things, but mostly animals. The former book illustrator, who hails from an entire family legacy of working in advertising is a contemporary artist with a cause behind the canvass.


Lozito says she has always had a love for animals, even as a child. Also a young age, Carol began to paint and learn color and texture. This later led her to attend The School of Visual Arts in New York City and then The Academy of Art in San Francisco.


Carols work is influenced by photographs or photographic memory of an animal or group. She is no stranger to the arts world, with quite the reputation in the prominent areas of Palm Desert.


“Endangered Species” is an ongoing series of work, Lozito continually lends herself to the canvass and brush to produce these works of art. Many of the pieces were influenced by the tropics and rain forest. Some pieces you may find a beautiful Panda bear or a Koala.

Carol Lozito’s “Endangered Species” is not on display as of yet this year, but will soon reach the LA and NY markets.




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