MEET CAROLEE VITALETTI, LOCAL WILLIAMSBURG ARTIST
Stop in to see all of Carolee's amazing artwork at her studio in New France village! Carolee's stunning artwork features a wide variety of wild life from big cats to comical cows, spectacular birds and marine life.
For Carolee Vitaletti, life is better in color. She uses her graphic design background and her love of bright colors and textures to create inspiring art. Wildlife and nature are her favorite subjects to paint. She transforms each painting into an expression of uplifting art that inspires an emotional experience of pure happiness.
More about Carolee
Carolee attended the Rochester Institute of Technology and received a bachelor’s of fine arts in graphic design. After working professionally in graphic design for 14 years, she took time off to be with her children. She continued painting murals, pet portraits and custom paintings for clients.
After a cruise to the Caribbean in 2012, she began to expand her style of painting. While standing in the turquoise blue water of the ocean she found herself and the feeling of joy of island life around her. This inspiration lead to a new style of painting using colors and textures, creating an impressionistic and realistic piece. Carolee’s goal was to bring awareness to wildlife and to share the beauty of animals.
Carolee is a local Williamsburg artist and has been working Busch Gardens Williamsburg since July 2013. She got her start at the park doing demonstration paintings in Das Festhaus, which eventually turned into a permanent location in New France Village. Stop in to see her amazing artwork and to learn how you can make your pet famous!
Want to make your fur-baby famous?
Carolee is always looking for her next subject and it could be your favorite furry friend. Stop in to visit her on your next trip to Busch Gardens Williamsburg to learn more about creating a masterpiece featuring your four-legged friend! If you aren't in the area or don't know when your next trip to the World's Most Beautiful Theme Park, you can learn more about Carolee and her artwork at http://caroleevitalettiart.com .