I am fairly new at creating artwork to be viewed and critiqued by others. In wanting to initially become comfortable in the use of my preferred medium, acrylic, as well as the ability to portray my subjects in a self-satisfying manner, I initially focused on dogs, which allowed me to express the carefree persona we both share.
As I have continued to apply my experience and different techniques I have expanded my subject matter to include people, landscapes, and even a bit of “inner creationism”, fueled by my feeling, thoughts and emotions during a particular session. My primary medium continues to be acrylic on canvas, but I have also begun working with spray paint, and hope to soon be able to produce pieces through mixed mediums.
A true “Jersey Girl”, Carin has lived in Monmouth County her entire life, first in Ocean Township and now currently residing in Atlantic Highlands. Her first job after the summer of 8th grade, she was employed as an art teacher for Oakhurst Country Day School and Camp. She taught crafts to all the campers in that summer of 1989 and realized that she had found her passion. For the past 17 years, she has been fortunate to live out her passion by teaching students Applied Arts and Design at Middletown High School North.
"I love teaching students how to draw, work with clay, pastels, wood burning, plaster, computer graphics and painting."
CONTACT US FOR ARTWORK AVAILABILITY & PRICING