Art Exhibit: Paintings by Carolyn Sherman
A collection of paintings by Carolyn Sherman are on display at the Forest Society's Conservation Center in Concord until the end of April 2019. The exhibit is a display of watercolor paintings.
Carolyn Sherman has been painting under the guidance of Sylvia Brofos since 2000, currently at Kimball Jenkins. Here is the artist statement:
I am inspired by a variety of subjects which catch my eye for one reason or another, but flowers from my garden are my real passion. My enjoyment of the medium of water color comes from the versatility of the paint: the movement of the paint in the water and on the paper, and the varying degrees one can play with the intensity of color. Often , I incorporate the use of pen and ink as outline to make a subject pop. It gives me pleasure to share my paintings in a community which gives me so much in return. I have exhibited at Kimball Jenkins Carriage House, Red River Theatre, NHTI, and The Works.
The artist can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the prints displayed in this exhibition are for sale and a portion of sales will benefit the Forest Society's conservation work.
The Conservation Center is open weekdays from 8:30 am. to 4:30 p.m. The exhibit is in the center's main conference room, which is used for meetings, so please call ahead at 224-9945 to plan your visit at a time when no meetings are scheduled.