Carole Morisseau is a prize-winning American Artist, Most recently her sculpture places second in the Regional Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibition, 2023 at the Scarab Club – Detroit, Mi. 

Her work was also selected as “Best in Show” at the Detroit Artists Market, 2020. Morisseau’s work is represented in local and national collections, including the prestigious collection of CCH. Pounder and Public commissions of Henry Ford Health, University of Detroit Mercy and HGTV. Carole is a Fulbright Hays Fellow GPA to Brazil, 2018. 

Carole was selected for the Cuttyhunk Island Artist Residency, Massachusetts, 2019. She has been featured in several articles in the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit News. Morisseau sits on the Board of Directors of two historical arts organizations, Scarab Club Detroit (Vice President) and Detroit Artists Market. 

She has been honored by the Arab American Artists organization as an “Outstanding African American Artist. 

“My practice is focused on creating work that expresses concerns and points of view of the African American experience and documents the beauty of our people and its culture. My intent is to capture the beauty of the African diaspora and document the era in which we live.”

Carole’s work is currently included in the current exhibition at The Carr Center Gallery.