Carol Hunsberger –

I am from Findlay, Ohio, and graduated from Findlay High School and Bowling Green State University. At FHS, I learned from an amazing art teacher by the name of Jeanne Butler. An accomplished oil painter and colorist, Mrs. Butler trained me to use my eyes and hands to create art.

At BGSU, while playing the oboe nearly full time, I discovered graphic design which seemed to me to be a practical way to be creative and earn a living. A Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with honors was the end result. My first job took me to Columbus, Ohio, where I worked as a production artist and retoucher (airbrush) for a couple of years in retail advertising. I then found a position as an art director for an audio visual company. There, through outside service people, I was encouraged to start a freelance business which continues to today.

My freelance life has been multi-faceted; from video editing to illustration, printed brochures, publications, advertising, web and social media to photography. In the middle of that time, I had the opportunity to teach graphic communications at Franklin University as an adjunct professor.

Now as I design a little less, I am circling back to fine art – drawing and painting, some of which is shown on this site.

My passions involve Creation and the Creator, and His Son Jesus Christ, from whom all color, light, and beauty, radiate. I love my wonderful, talented and creative family. I spend time with a lot of friends birding, kayaking, golfing, and road tripping in the MINI Cooper. I am delighted to live on Cape San Blas, Florida, in winters and have snowbird friends who I look forward to seeing every winter.

And of course the corgis: I have been owned and loved by four Pembroke Welsh Corgis – Corki, Chester, Cooper, and Hope. And currently I am infatuated by my Cardigan Welsh Corgi (the corgi WITH the tail), Andi, the Adorable. The adventures of Andi include therapy dog visits, a little herding, playing with our cardigan family, and generally meeting and greeting everyone we happen to see on a daily basis.