Caron G Rand won first place in a county-wide school art contest at age 7. She values the importance of the arts in education due to her early exposure and the impact it had on her. 

In her teens she went on to study with renowned NY portrait artist Everett Raymond Kinstler, the late Millard Sheets and Leslie B  DeMille. Invaluable experiences that connected her to revered artists, learning their techniques and exposing her to both encouragement and constructive criticism. 

Caron developed her art practice studying at respected institutions including Scripps College, Claremont and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Her MFA in painting and drawing is from Claremont Graduate University, CA.

Along with working in her studio Caron has taught art at local colleges and universities for the past decade. Her artwork is in many public and private collections. 

Caron is a member of the Los Angeles Arts Association, Portrait Society of America, National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Riverside Art Museum, CA. 

Caron's studio is in Riverside, CA.