Tag Archives: Philomath

Daily Painting – “Grange Hall Road” – contemporary abstract landscape

contemporary abstract landscape painting by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark

“Grange Hall Road”   sold
by Carolee Clark
9″ x 12″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

Visit me during Philomath Open Studios

clothesline

Philomath Open Studios – Free Admission!
Philomath, Oregon
Saturday & Sunday, November 14 & 15, 2009
Saturday & Sunday, November 21 & 22, 2009
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Please come and visit with me.  I will have many of my daily paintings as well as some of my larger works.  Donna Beverly will be sharing my studio space with some of her paintings and some of her “Gazelle Glass.”

There are many wonderful artists on this tour, all worth visiting.  Some of the studios will be partnering with wineries for tastings.  It will be a great way to spend an afternoon.

Come and visit me at the Clothesline Sale

© Carolee Clark

Clothesline Sale
Saturday, August 1st, 2009
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Benton County Courthouse Lawn
between 4th and 5th Street and Monroe Street, Corvallis, Oregon

This wonderful art sale is put on by the Corvallis Art Guild which includes over 60 artists booths of 2-dimensional art.  The caliber of art is incredible, as some of the members are state-wide and nationally known artists.

Please come and see me.  I will have many of my daily paintings as well as some of my larger works.  Donna Beverly and I will have some of our collaborative “Caradon” paintings there as well.  It will be well worth the effort to stop by!

Daily Painting – Jerry’s Shed

© Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark

 “Jerry’s Shed”  dot
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

Caradon Painting “Milk Dud”

Milk Dud

“Milk Dud”
Acrylic on  gallery wrapped canvas
24 x 18″ x 1.5″   $900

The Caradon Team of Carolee Clark and Donna Beverly are working on a new painting series of cows.  Carolee’s studio in Philomath, Oregon, just outside of Corvallis sits on the edge of a neighboring farm.  Here the cows come within feet of her window, munching on the grass, and in the fall looking for apples from the apple tree.  Donna has raised cows and enjoys their sweet personalities.  It seems a natural fit for this new series of paintings.