Caroline de Mauriac

Durham, Maine
Caroline de Mauriac was born and bred in New England: Maine (Augusta/Readfield), New Hampshire, Connecticut, and New York’s Hudson Valley. After a long stint in the Midwest and Rockies, she is happy to have returned to her personal and ancestral home. Her early Maine roots are buried in Brunswick’s Varney Cemetery. Her family also summered at South Harpswell and at one time owned Potts Point before it was conveyed, at her father’s passing, to become the Potts Point Preserve. Caroline holds advanced degrees in Anthropology and Museum Studies (with emphasis in African Studies, Comparative Religion, and Non-profit Administration). After a career working in various museums and environmental organizations, raising two children, owning and operating a used book business, she retired. Having taken care of her best friend and husband during his last few years, she determined to travel the world and record her own remaining time through words and pictures. Some of her images hang in private collections in Michigan and Maine. A sampling of her work can be viewed at