Author Archives: Carol
At the Pastel Society of New Mexico’s 26th Annual Exhibition, held this year at the Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, two of my entries were accepted: Last Rays and Freight House #3, Hole in the Roof. Last … Continue reading
Brief identification of the exhibit with one painting from the exhibit included.
Future exhibit plans.
Since my last post, I’ve been to France on a painting trip with several other artists which had been organized by Terry Plater, spent some time in New Mexico to do more painting — although not as much as I … Continue reading
Latest news regarding exhibits and most recently completed Oyster Portrait.
Between June 18th and July 7th I’m the featured artist at the Port Clyde Art Gallery in Port Clyde, Maine (www.portclydeartgallery.com). It’s a sweet little gallery on the 2nd floor of a classic red barn at the end of Rt. … Continue reading
The new photo of myself which is now on my Artist’s Statement has a red background: the side of a wonderful barn in Ft. Collins, CO. The image which is part of this post is of my painting of it. … Continue reading
In order to access the various categories that you see when you click on “Paintings” in the banner, you have to keep your cursor on “Paintings”, even though there’s a funny icon that comes along with it (not very computer … Continue reading
I’ve gotten some comments about the series I painted to demonstrate my feelings after having had a mastectomy. Re-reading the introduction to that section I realize that it’s really out of date. I’ll have to change the numbers: my mastectomy … Continue reading