The figures that occupy Carol K. Brown‘s paintings appear in isolation, removed from the surrounding environment. These individuals are shown in an ordinary moment and multiplied throughout the pictorial space. Brown begins these works by photographing the subjects and using them as source material. The images are digitally manipulated and then recreated in paint. Often the works are then rescanned and presented in their final state as a digital print. Last month the artist exhibited with the Nohra Haime Gallery NYC, and she has had past exhibits with the Ambrosino Gallery in Miami. In 2004 Brown had an exhibition review in Art in America.