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Carolyn Letvin first began painting the ancient, biblical breed of Jacob’s Sheep while attending a painting retreat to focus on cows. She found the sheep’s intricacies, textures and negative spaces fast became endlessly inspiring, eventually becoming her primary subject matter. Trained in Flemish Old Master techniques, studying the sheep allows her to explore application, composition and surface texture in an entirely captivating, satisfying manner.

Join Edgewater Gallery on Friday, April 1, from 4pm-6pm as we celebrate the opening of Carolyn’s “Featured Artist” exhibition (on display through April 30).

“The act of painting is a series of constant surprises – an experience that is always exhilarating and, at times, even magical. Bringing composition, color, surface and light quality together is my continual struggle and challenge. ”  – Carolyn Letvin

Carolyn’s Featured Artist exhibition will be on display at Edgewater throughout the month of April.

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