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Statement by Carol Carmichael;
I have always loved to draw but have translated that into a love of oil painting. I strive to capture the viewers interest through color, brushwork and light. I paint what makes me happy and some of those things are animals, people, and still life. I am definitely a work in progress and thank God every day that I get the opportunity to paint. I received a BA in art education and taught art at the high school level for four years before retiring to raise three sons. My sons are officially raised now so I paint most every day. I live in Vestavia Hills, Alabama with my husband Dan.
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oynot

More than welcome @phloxie, nice to meet you. I'm glad that you enjoyed solving thid puzzle. Have a wonderful Thursday :-)

phloxie

This panting moved me. The gesture of their bodies as they walk shows the younger woman with her stronger surefooted body. The older woman needing the strength of the younger. There is a tender, unspoken trust that shows between them. IT is very moving; I have not seen (or don't remember seeing) her work before. This painting doesn't cll attention to itself, it points to the two women and their lives in the everyday. It moves me deeply. Thank you for the post.

oynot

More than welcome jandchris and Isaly :-)

Isaly2

Thanks for another Carol Carmichael painting. I am a big fan.

I love this Artist's work - thank you oynot.

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