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Lilac Preservation Project presents The Water Works Exhibition

Carol L. DouglasSep 24, 20082 min read
October 3-5, 2008 โ€” North side of Pier 40, Manhattan Migrating Geese, by Carol Douglas, 12X9, oil, is among works by thirty New York artists. New York, NY – The Lilac Preservation Project (LPP) is pleased to present The Water Works Exhibition, featuring the works of thirty artists from metropolitan New York and the Hudson …

Rye Painters on Location 2008

Carol L. DouglasSep 15, 20083 min read
Here is my set-up along the shingle. Well, dang me, I managed to delete my own painting from Rye from my camera. (Thatโ€™s what I get for photo-editing when overtired.) Hopefully, the Rye Record will have a copy of it. However, my experience at Rye was (as it seems to be every year) wonderful. I …

New York Social Realism

Carol L. DouglasSep 15, 20082 min read
A Pool With A View (Cunningham Rd) by Bruce Bundock 32″ x 20″, Acrylic Today Iโ€™d like to write about an artist who also did the Rye Painters on Location this weekend: Bruce Bundock. It takes an extraordinary mind to see the beauty of Tyvek, T11 siding and an above-ground pool set serenely in Eden. …

8th Annual Painters on Location

Carol L. DouglasSep 10, 20082 min read
Saturday, September 13, 2008, Rye NY The Rocks Would Cry Out18X24, oil on canvas To bid on this work, call the Rye Arts Center at (914) 967-0700 x 33 before Saturday, September 13, 2008 Tomorrow I leave to participate in the 8th annual Painters on Location paintout and live auction in Rye, NY. This is …