“Her art focuses on essence of light fall and the elusiveness of the moment, of light and color. She captures the gesture and form of the objects in her still lives with relatively simple shapes and constructions. What she finds most interesting about painting is the overlapping of time, space, and light. She is fascinated by how texture and color organize together. Carolyn chose an immediate and ritualistic method to paint with, encaustic painting (molten, pigmented bees wax). These paintings
“I work with the concept of interior and exterior space to construct these emotional landscape paintings. This series of work was inspired by the artists Morandi and Rothko, two of my favorite artists.”
BFA Indiana Univ., MFA San Diego State Univ., Research grant in Florence, Italy
Juror’s award from Matrix Gallery in Chicago, IL
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