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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
The refreshing color of this simple home provides a perfect compositional balance for the colors and patterns of the geraniums, palms, and cactus The welcoming front porch provides shade during the long, rainless summer of this valley town. The house is on South Livermore Avenue, between 7th and 8th Streets. Needless to say, I was saddened when the front of the house was painted out white; curiously, the side of the house remains aqua. - Carolyn Lord
Painted in the afternoon, June 13, 1984
Exhibits: 1985Watercolor Art Society Houston, TX
1987 Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society Museum, Pleasanton, CA
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