Caroline Baker is originally from the Baltimore-Washington suburbs and has returned to live there after years of living in the Central Appalachian coalfields of Southwestern Virginia. Along with the change in scenery, her work has changed from site-specific contemporary landscapes to combines which visually explore ephemeral information through objects, print and digital media. The artwork often includes collage, fiber arts, painting and construction techniques. A background in arts education and various other fields including graphic design, environmental science, drafting and horticulture often find unconventional and subtle appearances in the content and application of her artwork. She works at studio 332 at Artists and Makers Studios in Rockville, MD, The Gallery at Raw Ink Live in Gathersburg, MD and her live-in recreational room studio with a rescued house rabbit to assist in Olney, MD.