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Carol Randall Art Collections

Shop for artwork from Carol Randall based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork by Carol Randall

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Carol Randall

Carol Randall NOTE: If you are ordering a canvas and live in Fredericton or surrounding area, you can order directly from me. Thanks "Mother nature provides the canvas. I help to make it a piece of art." Besides the beautiful scenery found along the 120 kms of continuous walking trails on both sides of the St. John River, my canvas includes historical buildings and popular events, draft horses and large breed dogs - all basically found out my backdoor. After a day of shooting, I really enjoy the post processing aspect of converting a simple photo into a piece of art. And you might ask, “Why?” As a young child in 1952 I contracted paralytic polio while living in the southern part of New Brunswick, Canada. Two years later our family moved to the farming community of Harvey Station, not far from Fredericton, New Brunswick's capital city where I was able to start my rehabilitation. In spite of braces and crutches, I pride myself on being self-taught and self-sufficient throughout my life – always pursuing my dreams, whether as a statistical researcher with the National Hockey League (1972-1980) or as an administrator with several NB sports. After retiring from NB Tourism, I directed my research skills to becoming an author: Spares & Strikes: History of Candlepin Bowling in NB, Devon Remembered (4 volumes), and most recently my autobiography, Coming Full Circle: The Diaries of a Polio Survivor. Throughout the years, photography has been my one constant hobby, with original inspirations from our many dogs and horses, guidance from the YMCA and a local photo studio, plus workshops and critiques from fellow members at the Montreal Camera Club and Photo Fredericton, and most of all the creativity of my photography and artist friends. Now 70 years later, I am confined to both an electric wheelchair (indoors) and a three-wheel scooter (outdoors). Because of the very limited usage of my hands, I can handle only a small camera with a tilt screen. Therefore, the tools of my trade are a Nikon point-shoot camera, several photo editing programs, and my scooter. I describe my work as fine art photography and based on my many outings via my scooter, I call them “Scoot & Shoot.” Over the past few years my photography has been featured in several local exhibits and sales, downtown Fredericton restaurants and in the City Hall-Gallery. I have also addressed the city’s tourism market by applying my photos to several forms of souvenirs (post cards, magnets, calendars, jigsaw puzzles, etc.) that I sell to numerous businesses under the name of Fredericton Keepsakes – Thank you for visiting my photography here at FAA and if you wish to see more of my work, please visit or contact me at