Thursday, 31 March 2011

Artist - David Fright

I was trained in graphic design and illustration at a studio in London's Fleet Street, qualifying for membership of the Chartered Society of Designers in 1974.  My long and successful career took me around Europe and to America designing for many high street names and other prestigious companies, picking up many design awards along the way.
"Time Flies" Original Oil on Canvas
Now retired I continue to satisfy my creative need by painting and drawing from life. I have used just about every medium there is over the years, but now have settled into the magic of oils. 
Painting in multiple layers of fine oil gives depth and realism to a painting and I find this very old method a delight to use.  It also draws on my many years experience in using watercolours by airbrush to give similar results; useful when painting for reproduction, but lacking the permanence of oil.
I exhibit with local art societies as well as on line. My paintings are now in private collections around the world.
"Relax" an original oil on box canvas
To see more of David's work, please visit our website exhibiting-artists.com

Artist - Carl Conway

Art school trained in graphic design 'Epsom School of Art 1980-82 (OND Graphic communication), Cornwall College 1982-84 (HND Graphic Design).


My main interest lies in capturing landscapes and light in watercolour, acrylics and pastel. Recently my work is taking on more of an impressionist leaning in the form of large acrylics rather than my usual smaller scale watercolour painting.  I have had private commissions which now live in Canada, Wales and Scotland.

I worked for 21 years as a freelance graphic designer/art director, and have been in full-time employment for the last 6 years. I have incorporated my drawing/ painting skills within my job when it has been called for and has been a great asset to my skill set.
Watercolour & Ink Study
My passion and inspiration for painting is derived from places I visit regularly; landscapes of Southern England, South West England;  coastal scenery and dramatic skies, capturing landscapes and light in watercolour, acrylics and pastel.   

I try to capture the essence of a scene in an impressionist and personal way, working from sketches and photographs to create a finished painting. I am constantly striving to extend my skills in water-based mediums, sometimes combining watercolour  with pastels.

To purchase this artwork or see other pieces as they become available, please visit our website and support Carl at Exhibiting-Artists.com

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Artists - Aaron Lawrence

Mainly oil paintings ranging from animals to florals. 

Having only started painting for the first time since secondary education 3 years ago, I'm loving learning all over again.

Original oil on canvas board
Please visit our website Exhibiting-Artists.com to see Aaron's work as it becomes available or purchase this stunning tiger.

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Sculpture Artist - Linda Crane

I live and work in London India  and recently Brazil.My images are influenced by the ancient cultures and art of these places.My work is expressionist using the female form.
I use traditional methods and media of stone and wood for carving, oil paint, chinese ink and pen and print making. 

Foetal Stone Sculpture
This piece of art is an Original in Blue alabaster stone and free standing.
Hand carved and is one of a series in alabaster stone of crawling women which has evolved into a series of foetal forms. H15cm x W14cm x L22cm


To support Linda and see other Original sculptures as they become available please visit her on Exhibiting-artists.com

Artist - Jo Tuck

Jo Tuck studied fine art at Croydon College of art and worked as a film editor before painting full time.

"Goodbye to all that" Original oil on canvas
To support Jo and see more art please visit Exhibiting-Artists.com

Monday, 28 March 2011

Artist - Valery Koroshilov

Based in London and exhibiting internationally, Valery Koroshilov works primarily in figurative oil painting, and focuses on corporate and private commissions.
The first critical acclaim came with a body of work known as ‘Architectural Impressions’, ILC Honourable Award New York (1992). Since then the artist participated in more than 100 exhibitions worldwide. Recent solo shows include Standard Chartered Bank, London (2009) and Baker Tilly, London (2010). 
Recent projects include P&O Cruises, where the designers of the UK’s biggest luxury superliner Ventura commissioned him 36 paintings and murals. Dame Helen Mirren officially opened it in 2008. 
"Three Apples" original oil on Canvas
In recent studio work Valery  focuses on the complex and intriguing relationship between realism and abstraction in contemporary painting.  These pictures earned the artist a reputation of a Contemporary Master (“Art In London” Magazine, 2008).
Artists & Illustrators Magazine (UK) voted Valery's new painting "Ecce Homo" the winner of The Artist of The Year Competition 2010.
To support Valery and see more of her work, please visit our website Exhibiting-Artists.com

Sunday, 27 March 2011

Artist - Elsie Ball

Elsie produces an eclectic mix of photographic art. She is a passionate and dedicated photographer who digitally manipulates reality into the obscure, as well as traditional. Her photos will become her world as she sees it. 
Elsie alternates her love of big bold colour, with soft, subtle and often black and white. A visual perfectionist, she admits she is on a journey of discovery, constantly learning new skills and immersing herself in them. Once satisfied she has mastered it, she moves on to the next challenge, ensuring a constant flow of exciting ideas

"A LIMITED EDITION OF 25" A photomanipulation of Trafalgar Square. This is an ed of 25. The prints are approx 18"x12" , allow for minor discrepancies as all photos do not conform to standard sizing. A rainy Day at Trafalgar. Printed on Fujifilm Crystal Archive Photographic paper. They will be mounted and framed up to approx 58cm x48cm. The frames are Matt, black coated wooden frames approx 1/2 inch width. Mounts off white as standard. If you would like a different colour mount please state this in the message to seller section of paypal. H58cm x W48cm

To support Elsie and see more of her work as it becomes available, please visit our website Exhibiting-Artists.com

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Artists - Elena Kourenkova

I am a Russian-born artist based in Glasgow, Scotland, since 1996. I am self-taught, although I had studied arts as part of my degree as an architect. All my subjects are loosely based on own experiences and observation of life-and are therefore recognasable, which often provokes a smile or a laugh (much desired effect). 
"Window Shopping" Original Oil on canvas
I try to reflect everyday events in a diffrent, lighter way; my subjects (although at times seemingly emotionally isolated, even when they are clustered in groups) do not take themselves too seriously, they just go about their business as if no-one is looking. 
"All Types & Conditions of Men" Original Oil on canvas
I have been painting professionally since 1999 and am represented by many established galleries throughout UK. There had been a number of articles concerning my work in national and local press and images had appeared in C4' Grand Designs.


To see more of Elena's work please visit our website exhibiting-artists.com



Friday, 25 March 2011

Artists - Paul Chambers

Since the age of five I have always enjoyed drawing and painting. Before I retired in 2007, I worked as a computer systems programmer / graphic designer for a  company providing identification solutions to the apparel industry (labels to you and me).
"AN ORIGINAL ARTWORK" Painted with acrylics onto box canvas unframed
Since then I have been creating abstract and impressionistic artworks mainly for sale on-line. My studio is called "art4now" because that's what my artwork is  - its art for today at a sensible price so that it can be replaced regularly. Most of my paintings are in acrylic paint on canvas, and sometimes I add marble dust paste, paper, fabric, or anything else that comes to hand to give the work texture. 


"AN ORIGINAL ARTWORK" Painted with acrylics onto box canvas
Generally my abstract paintings have no titles. I just number them instead. Over the years my work has found its way into hotels, restaurants, receptions, show homes, as well as private homes in several European countries, America and Australia. Thank you for taking the time to look at my artwork and you can see more of my work at exhibiting-artists.com



Thursday, 24 March 2011

Artist - Diana Davydova

I am a Russian born, Berkshire based fine artist.  I exhibit my paintings across the South West of England.
"Peony 1" A LIMITED EDITION
My subject matter is generally related to the natural world as I find great inspiration in the diversity of colours, textures and the form of flowers and plants. 
"Temptation" - AN ORIGINAL ARTWORK Oil on box canvas
To see more of Diana's work visit our website Exhibiting-Artists.com

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Artist - Ben Yate

I originally trained as an engineer and then went to drama school, all the while experimenting with different forms of art including painting, digital photo-editing, paper art and sculpture involving electronics. Whilst I was touring Europe with a theatre company, I developed my interest and skills in photography, and spent the following few years thinking about a new way to market my shots.
"A LIMITED EDITION ARTWORK"  Digital Prints on mixed media
In 2005 ‘Photo-Cubism’ is what I came up with – a technique of mounting each picture 3-dimensionally giving each piece a uniqueness otherwise lacking in the medium.  Each extruded picture becomes an abstract colour study, or an optical illusion, changing appearance as the viewer walks around or towards it. The grid pattern formed by the blocks draws the eye around the construction of the piece, engaging the viewer in an exploration of the subject.
"A LIMITED EDITION ARTWORK"  Digital Prints on pine blocks
I aim to challenge the art of photography and meld it with different media and art-forms. My work is modern and intricate, yet simple, vibrant and fun.
To see more of Ben's fabulous art visit our website exhibiting-artists.com

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Artist - Karen Jane Green

After graduating from De Montfort University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Textile Art Karen became a Freelance Artist, creating greeting cards for Rafale Design and obtaining private commissions.  She then went on to complete a teaching degree and worked full-time in various colleges.  Karen now wishes to concentrate solely on her career as an artist.“I am passionate about my art, "I love getting lost in the moment when painting and the creative release it gives me.” 
"Butterfly"  oil on canvas
She has been commissioned for a growing number of clients, including restaurants, businesses and homes, selling highly collectable art world wide.Her art has been exhibited in a wide variety of locations.
For more art by Karen, please visit our website exhibiting-artists.com

Artist - T Ralph Taylor

I am an artist living and working in Fife near to the famous Forth Bridge. I paint using mainly acrylic and pastels. I paint a wide range of artwork from landscapes, seascapes, still life, portraits and abstracts. 
"Summer Will Come Again"  Acrylic on paper
My art has sold all over the UK and USA. Recently I have been painting mostly abstract and they seem to have been well received and selling well.

"Winter Has Come"  Acrylic on Paper
To see more of T Ralph Taylor's work visit out website exhibiting-artists.com



Monday, 21 March 2011

Artist - Ekaterina Bellini

I am living and working in Liverpool, but I was born in Russia, then spent several years living in Australia, New Zealand and Spain before coming to the UK. 
"After Rain" mixed media on paper
My journeys have inspired many of my paintings. My favourite medium is oil but I also like to experiment with mixed media.
Please follow Ekaterina's work on our website as more becomes available exhibitingartists.com


Sunday, 20 March 2011

Artist - Jude Robinson

Jude Robinson was born in Bolton, UK, and spent most of her life in the Lancashire area.  She had always loved being creative from a very young age, her mother kept the detailed artistic drawings she did from when she was just 4 years old.
As a teenager, Jude was intent on furthering her art career but unfortunately life took her on a different path.  When her working life abruptly ended due to a spinal injury, she moved to the beautiful countryside on the Shropshire/Powys border in the UK with her husband and young children. 
"Peace of Heaven" original oil on box canvas
Due to her disability, Jude found that painting and drawing became very therapeutic.  She undertook a course at Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology in oil painting and now her passion for all things art has been reborn.  
Jude particularly loves capturing landscapes, seascapes and skies which are inspired by the countryside surrounding her.  
Jude Robinson has now become a successful artist selling many of her paintings and completing several commissions for clients across the UK.  She will be exhibiting her work in 2011 in local galleries and be seen on our website   exhibitingartists.com


Friday, 18 March 2011

Artist - Louise Mcnaught

The main undercurrent to Louise's work is the journey of the Soul, and the spiritual messages we get through moments of clarity and dreams. In essence, her work is quite symbolic in nature and the subject matter tends to have a surrealist depiction to it, though the messages behind the pieces are often strong and very real.
Dreams are essentially in another dimension, another paradigm, another 'reality'. Louise was often labelled a 'dreamer' as child by teachers and by friends, often gazing out of the window in lessons or 'in her own world'. Dreams have become very important to her and in her work, as she has very vivid dreams of which she feels often symbolically hold important messages within them. She feels they can often express your inner truth, as dreams deal with suppressed emotions, our inner most fears and desires, that perhaps could not be dealt with at one time as they were too much, too 'real'.
These 'messages of the soul' or 'messages to the soul' are what inspires her, and paint is the medium which feels she can express herself and the messages most clearly and imaginatively. There is often bold us of colour within her work, as she wants her paintings and sculpture to grab the viewers attention, and carry the strength of the message though the canvas.
She believes art is a gift that should be shared with others, as it is not just a gift for the person who possesses it. It is another form of communication, that has always seemed beautiful and almost magical to her, the way it can transcend and move people. Her work may come across as surreal, dream-like and perhaps 'other worldly', but the reality of the message behind them is usually deep and poignant . To her, the Soul's journey though life is the most important subject one could deal with.
Louise currently lives and works in Kent and London.
The main undercurrent to Louise's work is the journey of the Soul, and the spiritual messages we get through moments of clarity and dreams. In essence, her work is quite symbolic in nature and the subject matter tends to have a surrealist depiction to it, though the messages behind the pieces are often strong and very real.
Resin, Pigment & Paper Original by Louise Mcnaught
Dreams are essentially in another dimension, another paradigm, another 'reality'. Louise was often labelled a 'dreamer' as child by teachers and by friends, often gazing out of the window in lessons or 'in her own world'. Dreams have become very important to her and in her work, as she has very vivid dreams of which she feels often symbolically hold important messages within them. She feels they can often express your inner truth, as dreams deal with suppressed emotions, our inner most fears and desires, that perhaps could not be dealt with at one time as they were too much, too 'real'.
Resin, pigment and paper sculpture
These 'messages of the soul' or 'messages to the soul' are what inspires her, and paint is the medium which feels she can express herself and the messages most clearly and imaginatively. There is often bold us of colour within her work, as she wants her paintings and sculpture to grab the viewers attention, and carry the strength of the message though the canvas.
"Moonlight Water Tree" original oil on canvas
She believes art is a gift that should be shared with others, as it is not just a gift for the person who possesses it. It is another form of communication, that has always seemed beautiful and almost magical to her, the way it can transcend and move people. Her work may come across as surreal, dream-like and perhaps 'other worldly', but the reality of the message behind them is usually deep and poignant . To her, the Soul's journey though life is the most important subject one could deal with.
Louise currently lives and works in Kent and London and you can see more of her fabulous work on our website exhibitingartists.com


Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Artist - Steve Clement Large

Steve is a self taught painter working mainly in acrylic since 2008.  "I have had solo shows and group exhibitions, and I was also commissioned in 2010 to produce a public-art work for Plymouth city-centre".
"Night or Day" original acrylic on box canvas by Steve Clement Large
To see more of Steve's work as it becomes available please visit our website 

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Artist - Mark Bennett

Mark grew up in Cheltenham and started painting from a young age but didn’t start exhibiting until his early twenties.  Since then each exhibition has been more and more successful and his paintings can now been seen throughout the country on a regular basis.
"Tango 5" oil on box canvas by Mark Bennett
Mark’s paintings are filled with emotion and desire - most focusing on tango dancers or scenes from bars, restaurants and cafes.  His work is very mature for an artist of his age, many have described him as a rising star in the art world.  Mark’s pieces have been compared to the likes of Fabian Perez and Jack Vettriano.  Mark now lives in the Cotswolds with his wife Emily.


To see more of Mark's work as it becomes available please visit out website > exhibiting-artists.com <

Monday, 14 March 2011

Artist - Jonathan Shepherd

I was born in Derbyshire in 1961 and continue to live high up in Matlock Bath with glorious views over the surrounding countryside. After leaving school at 16 I served an apprenticeship as a plumber before joining my father in a picture framing business (PEAKLAND ARTS). It was during this time that my interest in painting was kindled and I taught myself to paint, initially in acrylics and watercolours but now mainly in oils. 
"Crummock Water, Cumbria" Original by Jonathon Shepherd
In 1991 I took over the framing business from my father and continue to run it to this day, although a lot more time is spent painting now. I have won several painting competitions including the Derbyshire Pro Loco Painting competition final which is a culmination of paintings done in various villages throughout Derbyshire which all have to be finished on the day and are then voted for by the public. 
"Fairy Glen" limited edition signed print by Jonathon Shepherd
After several exhibitions my work is in collections in the USA , Australia and Europe as well as the UK. I mainly paint landscapes of Derbyshire and other rural areas of the UK but of late has been experimenting with other subjects and painting styles.


To see more of Jonathan's work as it becomes available, visit our website exhibiting-artists.com

Artists - Tina Warren

I always had a natural ability for drawing and painting and started out as a mural artist when my children were young and then began to take on private and commercial commissions including portraiture.   
"You Don't Bring Me Flowers" original oil by Tina Warren


After requests from people for lessons I decided it was time to get a degree, so I am currently studying for a BA Hons in Fine Art and Professional Practice.


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Sunday, 13 March 2011

Artist - Jill Tilsbury

Hi! I'm Jill, although most people call me Jilly - except when I'm in trouble - then it's Jillian!
I have been drawing and painting for as long as I can remember.
"Nicci" original oil on canvas by Jill Tilsbury
My earliest memory of painting is quite a special one. It was my first day at school and my Dad had taken me as he was recovering from knee surgery and the walk was good exercise.
As we walked he was telling me that I would love school, meet new friends and learn new things; I'm not sure whether he was trying to give me comfort or himself.
We passed so many crying youngsters and distraught parents, when we got to the classroom I spied a table set out with paints, paper, brushes and water. I sat right down and started to paint and my Dad went home in tears. We both smile when we remember that day and 40 years on I'm still painting!
"Henry in his Basket" original pastels by Jill Tilsbury
I love painting any sort of animal although my favourite woud be the cat family from domestic to wild. My goal is realism and I love the challenge of recreating the detail.
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Artist - Maya Meritay

Maya Meritay is a surreal painter; reconstructor of ancient art; facial-reconstruction of mummies.
Since early childhood her passion has been surrealism and ancient egypt. She worked as a Media Designer and PR- Assistent for 25 years. Big changes in personal life meant that she had to get rid of the old job and start over again. Many of the changes in in her life are processed in her surreal paintings. 
"The Aten" original by Maya Meritay
But her request is: " Everyone should develop his/her own story to my paintings. Surrealism is a kind of dream -language and this is universal."
To see more of Maya's work Click Here for our website.

Saturday, 12 March 2011

Artist - Martin Davis

I was born and brought up in a coal mining village in Derbyshire UK in the 1950’s and 60’s and developed a love of art from an early age. 
After University in Birmingham,UK from 1973-76 I joined the fire & rescue service... a career I completed 30+ yrs later in 2007. 
A means of escapism in childhood art has since been a passion I've carried with me ever since, throughout the 1970’s as an undergraduate and into adult life in the emergency services.
I only turned fully to painting from 2008 after I left the fire service and found time to devote to it.
About my art
There is a feeling of immediacy, of life, of connectedness, with painting that I don't get from anything else..... anything at all.  So I have to paint. My only regret is that I have neglected it for so long.

"First Light Dorsoduro" - original art on canvas by Martin Davis

I am principally inspired by colour, and light & atmosphere. I paint mainly in oils because I love its texture. But I do experiment with other media..... and I do have a pretty eclectic kind of approach to subject matter.
I consider myself to be a modern traditionalist painter.  I don’t have any favourite subject matter, instead my imagination is fired by a certain indefinable quality in everyday things, often linked to a memory from the past.  Sometimes just part of a remembered image-even something simple like the sunlight playing on a hat brim-is all it takes. There is a kind of beauty inside everything if you look close enough – it doesn’t have to be anything intrinsically pretty, or attractive or especially worthy of attention.  In my experience quite often it is better if it isn’t.
I have always felt that a piece of the artist goes into everything he/she creates, so I endeavour to make each artwork absolutely unique. Like most artists, I suspect in their heart of hearts, I don't paint primarily to sell, so prices for my work are always reasonable. My goal isn't really to sell art at all, although I am extremely happy when someone wants to acquire a piece. My greatest hope is that my art will "touch" them personally.
"Sunstroke 1" original oil on canvas by Martin Davis
I still want to exhibit my work......but it's not why I paint, it never was. Painting for me just calms the soul. It's my private world.
Education
Although I am a self taught artist with no formal training beyond school I have painted all my adult life. I still consider myself a student practicing my art, probably I always will. 
In 2010 I was shortlisted for the Art of Giving, National Art Competition at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
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Friday, 11 March 2011

Artis - Ephie Kay

Based in Nottingham, Ephie Kay offers mural and painting / portrait work commissions. 
Formed in 2010 the artist has 17 years of experience in commission art work with strong portfolio of work; offers great rates and long lasting results, in any medium and scale. 
The business offers a range of art works, for example murals (paintings on the wall), work commissions to individuals, which can be designed to suit any budget at all times. 
"Dux Series Jester" original by Ephie kay
Using studio or mobile service, the business also helping interior designers / customers to choose the artwork and has a say for the final product.
The business supplies unusual designs combined with art, featuring a choice of colours and patterns. 
Tailored to requirements, the products are appropriate for private residences and any public place and can rendered in any scale.
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Thursday, 10 March 2011

Artist - Garth Bayley

I love to work loosely and with bright colours drawing from life and keeping the sense of place or person while drawing on abstract ideas. I love the addition of man made objects in a landscape and this is starting to be a theme after moving to North West Cambridgeshire, gaining inspiration from long walks and drives (Road Trip series). I work with snapshots often incorporating different views to give the feel of the landscape.
"Road Trip 1 Elemental" oil on box canvas by Garth Bayley
My other passion is the use of the human form especially the male physique and the use of lighting and movement. I often get my ideas from press cuttings for plays and the theatre. I like to capture the essence of movement often without giving exact form but rather an impression of the figures. Often the dilemma is when to stop painting and not over paint the details.
"Grey Day at Maldon" original oil on canvas by Garth Bayley
I have exhibited in London, Manchester Cambridgeshire and South Africa.


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Artist - Sujata Aten

My paintings are based on collected experiences and memories of being born and brought up in India, my travelling and having lived in England since 2000. I am passionate about colours and I am inspired by landscapes, nature and wildlife for my paintings.
For my abstract landscape paintings, I work from my memory trying to recreate the feelings and the mood that the depicted landscape signifies to me. I do not always produce an accurate representation but aim to evoke a sense of personal experience, to create an image which brings together different aspects of the landscape. 
"Returning Home" Original Acrylic on Canvas by Sujata Aten
I work mainly in my studio, but I develop ideas by taking photographs and drawing in a sketchbook outside in the field. I like to use acrylic and oil paint depending on the subject and effect I wish to create. 
I started to fully dedicate myself to painting in 1998, and since then I have exhibited and sold many paintings both in the UK and internationally. I completed my BA (HONS) Fine Arts from University of Derby in 2009. Recently I got involved in the conservation of wildlife and intend to raise funds through your support to save wildlife in its natural habitat. 
"Rogue" original acrylic on paper by Sujata Aten
I started to fully dedicate myself to painting in 1998, and since then I have exhibited and sold many paintings both in the UK and internationally. I completed my BA (HONS) Fine Arts from University of Derby in 2009.


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Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Artist - Carol Heft

Carol Heft began studying drawing and painting with Robert Brackman, N.A. at the age of 12, and later studied printmaking in high school and drawing and painting at the Rhode Island School of Design. She moved to New York City in 1976, and has lived and worked there ever since.  Currently, she splits her time between New York, and the Lehigh Valley, where she teaches art and art history.
An artist with a broad range of interests, her most recent work incorporates bits of paper culled from throw-away objects to create unified surfaces motivated by the Divisionism of Seurat, the glistening and jeweled surfaces of old Byzantium, and contemporary mosaic artists like Isaiah Zagar of Philadelphia.  Other influences are the gestural action paintings of the American abstract expressionist and New York School, and Paleolithic art.  
Carol is married to Jazz musician and composer Bill Warfield, and they have collaborated a number of times on concerts, exhibitions, and lectures.  Analogies between music and art are an important aspect of her work, including the melodic line, orchestration of color, compositional development, and rhythm.  According to Carol, “Sometimes I think of the brushstrokes or small paper tesserea as individual notes that interact, creating small pockets of harmony or discord, with the whole always being greater than the sum of it’s parts.”  Musical texture and color are translated into visual language in her work, sometimes intuitively, sometimes on a conscious level, but the design similarities between weight and volume and dynamic range in music are always present.
"Landscape 2" Original Pencil Drawing by Carol Heft
“In my recent work, I have moved toward untangling the iconographic and emotional content from the concrete visual presence of the subject.  Just as the environments and objects in representational art embody part of the message, the formal aspects of my work do the same.  Gesture, color, the varying scale of marks, and the spacial movement in the picture plane are what intrigue me.  To me these visual elements transform my experience of the natural world into a magical, spiritual place, and that is what I hope to share with the people who look at and appreciate my work.“.
Carol’s work is represented in many corporate and private collections, and she has been reviewed in national art periodicals such as Arts Magazine, ArtDeal, and Art in Review.
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