Artist carol peek

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Carol Peek was born in Marin County, California.  The beauty of the local landscape and her mother's passion for art influenced her decision to become an artist.  Her love of horses led her to draw them as well as ride them, spending summers on horseback exploring the scenes she now paints.
Peek's art education includes UC Santa Barbara, UC Berkeley and  four years at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California where she graduated with honors in 1987.  She began documenting in paint, the quickly disappearing agricultural landscape in Marin and Sonoma counties, focusing on the family farms that once covered the area. 
Carol's work has been shown in galleries and museums from San Francisco to New York City for the past 32 years. She is currently enrolled in the MFA program at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California graduating in May of 2021, where she has also taught classes in the undergraduate school. Her work has won numerous awards and publications of her work include:  Antiques Magazine, Art of the West, American Artist, Southwest Art, Western Horseman, Equine Images, The Artist’s Magazine and US Art.  Several books on art, horses, short stories and poetry also feature her paintings.
Carol's work has been represented in New York City, Sun Valley, ID, Carmel, CA, Hilton Head Is, SC, San Francisco. You can see Carol's work  at Rieser Fine Art, Carmel, CA and Holton Studio and Gallery in Berkeley, CA and Calabi Gallery, Santa Rosa, Ca.
UC Santa Barbara 1979-81 UC Berkeley 1982 Art Center College of Design, Pasadena , CA 1983-87, BFA
Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA  MFA 2021
Also Studied: The Fechin Institute, The Vermont Studio Center and Grand [...]

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