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Biography: Carolyn Lord (1956 - ) Southern California native Carolyn Lord was introduced to the “California Regionalist Watercolor” tradition by James Green in the mid 1970’s while attending Principia College, in Elsah, Illinois. During college she also attended watercolor workshops with Rex Brandt, George Post, and Robert E. Wood. Two months...... read more
My father and his wife lived in Elko, Nevada and my husband and I visited in 1981. They lived on Oak Street and their neighborhood overlooked the western edge of the business district and the railroad tracks with sidelined tank and freight cars. Elko is a mining town so the far hills have been cut into, and the plume of smoke relates to blasting and milling activities. - Carolyn Lord
Painted July 31, 1981, 2nd painting of the day, done in the afternoon.
Exhibits: 1985 Solo show at the Northeastern Nevada Museum, Elko.
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