Who We Are
World Labyrinth Day Chair
Carol House was introduced to the labyrinth in 1986 and since then has researched, studied and walked many labyrinths. She has traveled to France and Great Britain to walk labyrinths and participate in programs and trainings. She has consulted on the building of ten permanent outdoor labyrinths in northern New Jersey, co-hosted many public labyrinth walks and led labyrinth workshops for various groups including the Girl Scouts, garden clubs, churches and private groups.
Carol has been a member of The Labyrinth Society since 1999 and in 2004 was elected to the Board of Directors to serve as Chair of the Energy Keepers. She is also a member of the TLS Special Projects Committee. In 2003 she became a certified Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitator. In 2010, she became chair of World Labyrinth Day.
Carol has also long been a tile artist participating in juried craft shows along the east coast. She studied Chinese watercolor in New York City and then developed her own style of painting using glazes and firing her pieces in her kiln. She honors the four elements in her work, the clay body represents the earth, the water mixes the colors of the glazes and makes them flow, the air dries and sets the colors and the fire of the kiln fuses it all together to create a work of art that could possibly last for centuries. Her style of painting is inspired by her love of flowers and the whimsy of nature. Carol now shows her work at Gallery 23 in Blairstown NJ.
Carol is available for lecture or workshops on the labyrinth and ceremonies of life in the labyrinth. Her art studio offers classes on painting tile and ceramics. Contact her by phone at 908-362-5969 email.