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Carolyn was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and now lives with her husband Jim on Cedar Creek Lake in Star Harbor where she was fortunate enough to be one of a very unique group of ladies that got together and developed SHWS in order to further their love of watercolor through sharing with each other and learning from workshop artists.
Carolyn has studied under talented teachers such as John Billings, Ann Moye, Dorothy Johnson, Joyce Hicks, Cecy Turner, Charles Reid, Jerry Stitt, Janet Rogers, Frank Webb, Ken Hosmer, Sharon Rouse, Debbie Cannatella, and Bonnie Broitzman. She also credits much of her knowledge from the many hours of painting and sharing, and helpful critiquing that the members of SHWS have together each week.
“ Much can be learned from painting with friends on Friday paint days.”
Her art has been received well throughout the years and she has won several awards. She has entered the Henderson County Art Show in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and has won numerous ribbons in all categories.
In 2007 she entered the Texas State Fair Art Competition and won a fourth place, and a first place and Best of Show for her “Portrait of Kendal”.
In 2008 she also won a first and a third at The Texas State Fair.
In 2012 she had paintings juried in to the Society of Watercolor Artists International Show and also to the SWA Members Show.
In 2013 she was juried in to the Society of Watercolor Artists International Show and also the SWA Members Show.
In 2014 her painting "Reflections" was juried into the SWA International Exhibition in Fort Worth. With this acceptance to the show, Carolyn earned her Signature Status into SWA. Also in 2014, Carolyn's painting "Reflections" was accepted into the Southwestern Watercolor Society of Dallas Membership Show.
In 2015 her painting "Water Dance" was juried into the SWA International Exhibition in Fort Worth.
Contact Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
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