Carol Staub was born and raised in Milford, Delaware. She is one of six children and was raised in the country learning to enjoy the simple things in life. Upon completion of high school she entered the world of flight and completed a 26 year career with Delta Airlines. She then retired and started to “play”. This play led to becoming an award winning silversmith creating one of a kind custom jewelry. A friend of hers repeatedly asked her to go to a watercolor class and after much coaxing she acquiesced and has been painting ever since.
She is a self taught artist and to date has garnered over 120 National and International awards and has been featured/published in: The Artist’s Magazine, Watercolor Magic Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, New Art International, American Art Collector , The Best of America Mixed Media Artists and Artisans, The Best of Artists and Artisans-Florida, Masters of Today, Trends and numerous others. She has served on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Women Artists (Florida Chapter). She is a Signature/Full Member of many art organizations some of which include: International Society of Acrylic Painters , International Society of Experimental Artists, San Diego Watercolor Society, Boca Raton Museum of Art Artist’s Guild, Allied Artists of America, The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, The Florida Watercolor Society, National Collage Society, New Jersey Watercolor Society, Garden State Watercolor Society,, National Association of Women Artists, Philadelphia Watercolor Society, Texas Watercolor Society, Women In The Visual Arts and others. She is an associate member of the National Watercolor Society and The American Watercolor Society. Her works are in private collections and can be seen in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad. Her biography appears in Who’s Who In America, Who’s Who In American Art, Who's Who In the World, Who's Who In American Women and the Cambridge Who’s Who.
She is currently represented by the Wit Gallery in Lenox, MA, The Rosetta Stone Fine Art Gallery in Jupiter, Fl, Gallery 14 in Vero Beach, Fl and The Boca Raton Museum of Art Artist’s Guild in Delray Beach, FL.
Carol resides with her husband in Somerset, NJ during the summer and in Port St. Lucie, FL during the winter.