Carol was honored this year to have a two page article about her work in the Western Art & Architecture Magazine and also to be invited to exhibit in the American Women Artists Prevailing Winds Exhibition at the Booth Western Art Museum. In addition, during the 2014 calendar year, Carol’s work received the following awards:
Seeds of Harmony earned two additional awards (following a FIRST PLACE award in 2013) winning the BRONZE AWARD at the 2014 American Women Artists Master and Signature Exhibition. As best said by Robert Knight , Chief Executive Officer Tucson Museum of Art, “ The Tucson Museum of Art initiated the first American Women Artists exhibit in 1990, following in the annual tradition of the Prima Vera, a city wide celebration of women in the arts. In the subsequent years, AWA has reached audiences from California to Maryland to Italy and back. Now in their third decade, the acclaimed American Women Artists celebrate their commitment to art with works of high quality, original viewpoints, and enduring inspirations. Museums interested in significant 21st-century American art, how recurring themes crisscross in the lives of painters and sculptors, or the specific viewpoint of women, need look no further than an exhibition of the American Women Artists.”
Mighty Oak earned the HONORABLE MENTION in Juried Legacy Art Exhibit.
Celestial Joy and Illusion of Complexity both won MERIT AWARDS in the 2014 Four-Points Contemporary Exhibition.
We are both honored and delighted with the fine recognition of each of these pieces.