Carolyn Letvin is a resident of Plainville, Massachusetts and has exhibited in the New England area since 1990. She is an accomplished landscape and interior painter, and also creates stylized sheep imagery. She prefers to work on-site, but will work from photographs when necessary. To keep her hands and mind busy when shes not painting, Carolyn makes beaded jewelry using pearls and semi-precious stones. She has won many awards through the years, including the Top Award at the 18th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show, an Honorary Mention/Sakura Award from the United Pastelists of America/Oil Pastel Association in 2001, and a second place in the 2014 Blanche Ames National Juried Exhibition. One of her more recent awards was from Concord Art's 2017 Members Juried 2 Exhibition where she received the prestigious Nancy T. Baldwin Drawing Award. Currently, her work can be seen at Galatea Fine Art in Boston, MA, Twist Gallery in Lexington, MA, Hudson Art & Framing in Hudson, MA, and Gallery Wright in Wilmington, VT. She is also on the board of the Monotype Guild of New England. About Teaching: "I believe that making art is a very fun pursuit, so I try to share that joy to each and every student. I try to make sure therere lots of laughs as we make our way through this very easy process. Then the real fun begins as each artist finds their own particular way of adapting to and applying the method. I actually learn more from them than they do from me, which is something that I think is special about an art-learning environment. A math teacher surely can't say that!"
Classes with Carolyn Letvin
Oct 24 - Oct 25