Licensing and YouTube Links

Through MGL Licensing in England, Carolyn’s artwork is licensed by companies for a variety of products such as puzzles, fabrics, tile murals, and note cards. Please contact MGL Licensing if you wish to license any of Carolyn’s artwork for a commercial product.

"Izzy" used on a veterinary hospital's sign in Florida

“Izzy” by Carolyn Steele was chosen to enhance this sign for a veterinary hospital located in Florida.

Listed below are some companies that have arranged to use Carolyn’s artwork:

Mega Puzzles — 3000 piece puzzle of ‘Fandango’ some 300 piece puzzles

LPF Puzzle — The Lafayette Puzzle Factory

Elms Puzzles — Hand cut wooden puzzles

Otter Island Tile Murals — Large tile murals

Tile Mural Store — Large tile murals

Artecy Shop — Sells cross-stitch patterns

Leanin’ Tree — Leanin’ Tree online cards


Cafe Press


Diamond Art Club

Robert Kaufman Co. – Fabrics

Art Brands

Masterpieces Puzzle Co.

Great Big Canvas


If you are interested in purchasing larger format (up to 45″ x 60″) matted and framed prints and canvas giclées of Carolyn’s artwork, please visit the website.

Carolyn and her husband, a fellow artist and snorkaholic, have produced a video posted on YouTube titled, “St. John – A Snorkeler’s Paradise.”

View video — St. John USVI – A Snorkeler’s Paradise

Below are links to two slide shows of Carolyn’s images. The latest one is set to a fun, upbeat music track titled “Latin Quarter” by The Caribbean Jazz Project. The other slide show is set to the wonderful “Better Days Ahead” by Pat Metheny. Any time you want to take a mini mental vacation to the tropics, these slide shows will transport you there.

Carolyn’s latest slide show with “Latin Quarter” by The Caribbean Jazz Project

Slide show with “Better Days Ahead” by Pat Metheny

Art Show News

Bejewelled was accepted into 34th Annual All Florida Exhibition held at the Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers, FL in March 2020.

Bejewelled was included in public service project sponsored by The Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers, FL in which  artwork from a small selection of artists was displayed on billboards across Southwest Florida throughout the course of 2020.

Hawksbill Hijinks was accepted into the 35th Annual All Florida Exhibiton held at the Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers, FL in March 2021.

Comment by Jeremy Stafford-Deitch, renowned author and underwater photographer, about Carolyn’s original paintings:

“As an underwater photographer bewitched by the beauty of the coral reef, every photograph, no matter how patiently composed, is something of a failure. Thankfully, in Carolyn Steele’s paintings (which I collect), the flamboyant denizens of this spectacular world — painted with great fidelity — assume an uplifting interplay. Her art distils what it is to be astonished by the coral reef, an astonishment grounded in the seemingly impossible biological reality she sympathetically and lovingly records.”

Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch author of Reef – A Safari through the Coral World

Carolyn Steele's father, Gordon Steele, with Tiny Dancer

Carolyn’s father, Gordon Steele, with Tiny Dancer

Carolyn’s father, Gordon Steele, was also an artist. His paintings were unique, mysterious, and ethereal. Some have been set to Pat Metheny’s atmospheric “The Bat Part II”:

View Gordon Steele’s slide show