Ms. Carroll is born in Greenville, South Carolina to Charles Kirby and Margaret Hammond.
Ms. Carroll studies at Winthrop College in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Ms. Carroll receives a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Carolina and becomes a teacher at A.C. Flora High School in Columbia, South Carolina. She also marries Robert Lindsay Carroll Jr.
Ms. Carroll becomes executive field director of the Northeast Georgia Girl Scouts in Athens, Georgia.
Ms. Carroll writes Manual for AID and Volunteer, which executed five year goals for the Junior League of Greenville, South Carolina.
Ms. Carroll gives birth to a daughter, Jane Gower Hammond Carroll.
Ms. Carroll gives birth to a son, Robert Lindsay Carroll, III, who passed away in 2014.
Ms. Carroll becomes an author and illustrator for book contracts at Winston-Derek Publishers in Nashville, Tennessee. She is also appointed chair of the Art Program of the National League of American Pen Women.
Ms. Carroll authors and illustrates “Intimate Moments” published by Winston-Derek Publishers Inc.
The first of several of Ms. Carroll’s pieces is included in the governor of Georgia’s permanent library.
Ms. Carroll has a solo exhibition at Jenny Pruitt and Associates (now Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty). She also exhibits a one-person show at Tew Galleries in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ms. Carroll authors “Dayspring.”
For the next 19 years, Ms. Carroll studies portraiture with Nelson Shanks, Jim Schell, Marc Chaov, Nancy Honea, Daniel Green, and Thomason Bradford. She also studies landscape, drawing life figures, painting, and watercolor with Delores Kennedy in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ms. Carroll serves as a volunteer artist with Arts in the Atlanta Project.
Ms. Carroll becomes an author, artist, and poet for Lulu Press with Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Inc., where she authors “Orchard Synergy and Orchard Connection.”
Ms. Carroll wins Best of Show at the Georgia State Association National League of American Pen Women.
Three of Ms. Carroll’s portraits are accepted to the Portrait Society of Atlanta.
Ms. Carroll becomes a juried member of The Portrait Society of Atlanta.