Artist Carolyn Rondthaler

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Carolyn Rondthaler is a Washington DC artist whose paintings include both plein air and studio work.  She paints primarily in watercolor, but also uses gouache and acrylic.  Oil painting, collage and mixed media work are also of interest to her.  She recently studied "How to Paint Like Monet" and loved that, but actually prefers to paint like Carolyn. She has enjoyed making art throughout her life, and her earliest memories are of crayons, construction paper, and the scent of glue.   Her subject matter is not limited, nor is her style.  She enjoys both abstract and representational work.  She has received several awards, including a "Best of Show" in Ogden, Utah.  Other ribbons have been for works shown with the Palette Club of Ogden, Trail's End Art Association in Gearhart, Oregon, Oregon Society of Artists, and Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.   She is an active member of Capitol Hill Art League and is a Smithsonian Associates Studio Arts Representative. Her work is in collections in California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, DC, Delaware, and Arizona. She has studied with Dory Kantor, Sue Jensen, Donna O. Kearney, Adrian Van Suchtelen, Gene Gill, Arne Westerman, Michael Friegang, Jo Pomeroy-Crockett, Eric Weigardt, John Maslen, Kitty Wallis, John Salminen, Ted Nuttall, Steve Fleming, and Ellen Cornett. 

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