Gallery Talk: Watercolor techniques and intuitive methods - a conversation about process
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@ Jacoby Arts Center - Alton, IL
Carol Carter: Chapters surveys the artist’s exploration of a broad range of subjects using intuitive techniques employing both large and small scale. “Portraits, landscapes, swimmers, botanicals — all captivate my interest,” says Carter. “I strive to share my visual interpretation through veils of water and color.” The exhibition will be on view through September 23rd.
A St Louis based painter and international teacher Carter received her BA art training at Principia College, in Elsah, IL and completed her MFA in painting at Washington University School of Fine Arts. For decades, she has followed a practice of creating realistic watercolors becoming an award-winning watercolorist.
Gallery Talks at Jacoby Arts Center on Saturdays at 2pm are free and open to the public to engage in hosted discussions on topics ranging from painting technique, intuitive methods, and making a living as an artist.
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