Carrie Quade’s lifelong love of art and animals became the focus of her career over 30 years ago. Having always lived in the country, riding and working with horses, spending summers at the farm and working for area zoological parks, has helped Carrie develop the ability to know and understand both domestic and exotic animals. While creating her work, she feels it is necessary to capture the essence and the soul of her subject, enabling her to produce work that evokes an emotional reaction from the viewer.
Carrie Quade has collaborated on projects for:
W.L. Gore, Inc.
American Hunter/Jumper Foundation
Rouse & Associates
The Rubin Organization / Christiana Mall
Her public commissions and installations include:
National Geographic Society, Washington DC
University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center
Squam Lake Science Center, New Hampshire
Lake Regions Land Trust, New Hampshire
St. Edmonds Home for Children, Rosemont Pennsylvania
John Gilbert Reese Center, Ohio State University,
Benson Sculpture Garden, Loveland Colorado
Delaware Museum of Natural History
In addition to numerous national shows, competitions and commissions, Carrie has been featured in many articles appearing in national publications. She is currently working on life size sculptures for outdoor sculpture gardens.