Carol’s work is featured in the October 2012 issue of Western Art Collector Magazine.
Carol’s bronze work and the process of creating her work is featured in a four page article within Wildscape Magazine, an international journal of wildlife art and conservation. To read the article click here/
The Fall 2011 Arizona issue of Luxe. Interiors + Design Magazine features a two page article on Carol and her work as “the best kept secret in the Southwest.” Woodland Queens and Celestial Joy are presented as well as a short article on her work. Carol is very excited to witness the first appreciation in public print to her team of artists helping to transform her work into the bronze forms – those she calls her “ghost artists” working tirelessly and with exceptional skill and talent at the foundry. She holds these artists in highest esteem and works very closely with them to create her body of work; as they assist her in bringing her visions to reality and to our world. Far too rarely are these talented persons acknowledged for their outstanding talent and dedication to this work.
Arabella, a Canadian Art, Architecture and Design magazine, features Carol Alleman in Fabulous Finds within the 2011 Autumn issue; six of her vessels and The Seed are included.
Carol’s work is again featured in the 2013 Summer Issue of Arrabella, in Fabulous Finds.
Keep up with Carol’s latest bronze works in the extremely informative and beautifully designed American Bungalow, a magazine for Arts and Crafts collectors and enthusiasts.