An example of fine art by CAROL FRIESWICK



     Carol began painting as art therapy.   The ability to take time for her creativity, was a great joy.  After a few years of working with one tutor, she finally began to paint on her own.  Painting soon became a passion.
    By joining several art groups, she was able to surround herself with possitive influences. Her passion and skill level began to grow.  Carol began as a watercolorist but her favorite medias are oil and pastel.  She takes local workshops and goes to many demos.  "There is always something to learn".   She feels the more you know the more there is to know.  She took classes at the Worcester Art Museum and was enrolled at the New England School of Fine Art and the Tucson Art Academy an online mentoring program. Now enrolled in Vital Art Sessions with Kelli Folsom, a still life line mentoring program.
3RD PLACE - Out of 185 submissions South County Art Association open show.  Carol Fitzsimmons Juror.
"SUNSET CRUISE" juried into regional show of the Artist Coperative Gallery of Westerly-Anthony Tomaselli Juror
1st Place at the BVAA Gallery-Work in a Series- Waterlilies
2 works selected for the Market Gallery-Lyme Art Association
2 pastels juried into  "Sacred Places" Morini Gallery
HM BVAAGallery Spring Show- Ria Hills juror
Accepted into the Ogunquit Art Ass. Regional Show-"Sunset Cruise" Which sold . 154 submissions 84 chosen
Accepted into the Maine and New Hampshire Annual Pastel National Shows
Juried into the Roux and Cyr International Fine Art Gallery's Fall Open Show  3pieces 1 sold, Claudia Gamanche Juror
Received 3rd place in the BVAA Fall Members Show, Mike Graves Juror
Juried into the Small Stones Art Festival. 2 pieces, 144 acepted out of 589 submissions, Dianne Panarelli, Jeanne Smith, Jim Welu jurors.
Juried into the  25th Juried exhibition of the Zullo Gallery, Midfield, Ma.  Monhegan Laundry Day sold.
Juried into Morini [...]

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