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About Carolyn Dilcher-Stutz

Carolyn Dilcher-Stutz has loved and cared for animals her entire life. The daughter of a professor of Ecology, she grew up in the countryside, surrounded and captivated by the local flora and fauna. Often accompanying her father on his field trips, she became thoroughly grounded in the importance of the interrelationships between man and the other living things surrounding him.

She has a B.S. in Ecological Science, and has spent 25 years in the company of animals, working in, and then managing, a veterinary hospital. Since turning full-time to her art in 2006, she has been sculpting in clay and capturing the spirit of the animal world in her sculptures. When you purchase one of Carolyn’s pieces, you are taking home a bit of her affection for the creatures who share our space.

Carolyn produces decorative animal jars, animal tiles and sculptures, pet urns and custom portraiture in tile and sculpture.


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