Carol Ann is a colored pencil artist. If you are not familiar with colored pencil, you might be interested in information about the medium. Here’s what Wikipedia says about colored pencil:
"A colored pencil (American English), coloured pencil (Commonwealth English),pencil crayon, or coloured/colouring lead (Canadian English, Newfoundland English) is an art medium constructed of a narrow, pigmented core encased in a wooden cylindrical case. Unlike graphite and charcoal pencils, colored pencils’ cores are wax– or oil-based and contain varying proportions of pigments, additives, and binding agents. Water-soluble (watercolor) pencils and pastel pencils are also manufactured as well as colored cores for mechanical pencils."
Here is an example of her colored pencil work:
This is a painting (colored pencil) of the Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse. I stood outside the theatre one night at the end of a play about Louie Armstrong. There were so many interesting people, both audience members and members of the cast. I took lots of photos and chose groups to tell the story of the evening. The lady in the brown dress was the star of the show (I call her the Diva) and I have her walking toward another member of the cast. What might be going on?