About Carroll Case

Carroll Case, an award winning painter and free lance writer, is a graduate of the Memphis College of Art. His paintings and drawings are housed in galleries and private collections throughout the United States. He has exhibited extensively in juried and solo shows. Nationally known authors, playwrights, musicians, surgeons, movie producers, and professional athletes, have collected his work.

In addition to being a painter and author, he has served as the Executive Director of the Mississippi Arts Commission, and
Director of Galerie Simonne Stern, the oldest contemporary gallery in New Orleans.

His novel, THE SLAUGHTER, was the basis for a History Channel documentary. His stories about the south have appeared in southern newspapers and magazines and have been filmed for national television audiences. Mississippi magazine named him one of twenty five Mississippians making things happen. In 2000, he was nominated by the Mississippi Association of Educators for the national civil rights Humanitarian Award.

The artist and his wife Suzanne divide their time between McComb, Mississippi and the French Quarter in New Orleans.