Caroline M. Sun is a first-generation Chinese-American painter who loves in Queens, New York.
Her work was recently noted in a New York Times exhibition review by Robert Smith, “Art, A Balm After the Storm,” (Dec. 7, 2013). She has shown work at the A.I.R. Gallery, Alliance of Queens Artists, Art-O-Mat, Bayside Historical Society, CIT Group, Citibank Court Square, Colgate-Palmolive, Draftfch, Elderfields Preserve, Flushing Town Hall, Great Neck Arts Center, The Heritage Museum of Epirus, Industry City, Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building, Juvenal Reis Studio Experimental Space, The Lazarus Gallery, Life Space, Local Project Gallery, Riverside Library (Lincoln Center), Sears Holding Corporation, Space Realty Group, Amelie A. Wallace Gallery (SUNY Old Westbury), and Women’s Studio Center. Her work is in private collections in New York City, Washington, D.C., Savannah, Georgia, and London, UK.
She is currently a member of the Asian American Arts Alliance, flushing Council on Culture and the Arts, LIC Artists, Inc., Queens Council on the Arts, and Women in the Arts.