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About carole

Enrolled in BFA program at the Chicago Art Institute, finished graduate studies at MASSart. Taught college level art. Collections in NYC, Northeast, Cape Cod, Illinois, Bosnia, France, UK. Work can be seen at L'Attitude Gallery, Boston.

July 15 Words of Wisdom?

Second day writing. This is a discipline really. It’s better than a ‘Dear Diary’ I believe. Although diaries were mostly private. I belong to a writing group and usually do sketches in the journal after I finish the exercise, while … Continue reading

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Upside Down Love/Client environment

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New Abstract Painting –

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Won “Best of Show”

It was my honor to win Best of Show at the annual juried exhibition of Monson Arts Council. This new work, as pictured, was inspired by Charles DeMuth’s “I See the Figure Five in Gold” which came from the poet, … Continue reading

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Jackson Pollock

Playing with Fire

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New Work

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A New Abstract Painting “Conversation”

I try to paint every day. This painting “Conversation” is one of my newest works. It’s an acrylic 24×30″ and available in giclee form as well. The process of painting combines new technicques using rollers, scrapers, palette knives, brushes. It … Continue reading

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The Poetry in the Sculpture of Eva Hesse

Eve Hesse’s works were called brilliant, eccentric, and loony by critics.  I was privileged to give a few presentations at conferences held in Canada and Ireland, hosted by the International Word and Image Society.  I missed the deadline for the … Continue reading

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New Abstract Paintings Added to Abstract Gallery

New acrylic work on canvas added today.  Using tools instead of only brushes, I can scrape layers off and leave transparent passages that are juxtaposed against opaque shapes, then justified to create finished composition.

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My Acrylic Choices “You have to change to stay the same.” Wm deKooning

MY ACRYLIC CHOICES

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