Carol-Anne McFarlane creates work that addresses social messages and how they interfere with the way men and women relate to each other. She looks to culture and pulls out ideas worthy of investigation. These ideas are explored in prints and alternative media. The impetus of these pieces stem primarily from personal experiences. McFarlane’s goal is to provoke thought and create dialogue. McFarlane has exhibited in Atlanta, Baltimore, New Orleans, New York, Des Plaines, Kansas City, and in various cities in South Florida. Most recently, McFarlane’s work was in SELECT Art Fair in 2014 and in a segment of the Real Housewives of New York. McFarlane was born in Fort Lauderdale, to Jamaican parents. She attended the Atlanta College of Art and graduated with a BFA in Illustration. She is a Resident Artist at the Lauderhill Arts Center and she lives and works in Lauderhill, Florida.