Ella Putney Carlson is a photographic artist, illustrator and educator. She has a Master of Fine Arts degree in visual art from the New Hampshire Institute of Art. She has also earned the professional photography degrees of Master Photographer, Master Artist, Craftsman, and Certified Professional Photographer from the Professional Photographers of America, and the Educational Associate's Degree from the American Society of Photographers. She has earned multiple Kodak Gallery Awards, Fuji Masterpiece Awards and Courts of Honor awards.

Carlson's work has been exhibited in a number of museums and galleries including: Danforth Museum, DeCordova Museum, the Wren Gallery, American Society of Photographers exhibit, Artistree Gallery, the Vermont Center for Photography, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Professional Photographers of American International Exhibit, the Cove Gallery, and the Lowell Arts League Gallery. Her work has been published several times in Professional Photographers magazine and the PPA Loan Books and General Showcase books. Her book, "Fine Art Photoshop" will be published in early 2017.

She has been teaching at the University of Mass, Lowell, since 1999. In addition, she teaches workshops in Photoshop and Corel Painter® for state and regional professional photography groups. She has also taught at New Hampshire Institute of Art, Middlesex Community College and DeCordova Museum.
















 
Bibliography section article Bibliography Section Catalog Bibliography Section Web Link PDF icon small Sold Dot