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Artist Statement -



I studied Computer Graphics, and Fine Art at Tompkins Cortland Community College 2000, then transfered to the State University of New York at
Cortland College to study Fine Arts 2002. While attending Cortland College I concentrated on a new medium, ceramics.
For the first time in my life I discovered the wonderful tactile world of clay. Most of my hand built projects were envisioned in my mind's eye, and then communicated through my hands. The clay spoke to me, each time I put my hand into the clay, the creative forces with in me took over.
I am an Illustrator, and paint in watercolor, acrylics, and oil.
I also am involved in Computer Graphics and design with my partner, who is a web designer.
I enjoy creating and feel that art is the true way to communicate emotions and the driving force of life it self.

2006-2007 currently studying at The Armory Art Center West Palm Beach Florida. Involved in Hand Sculpted Ceramics, and Painting the Figure.
Sincerely,
Carol Donahue-Kalathil

Artist Exhibitions



Exhibitons:

* Student Art Show and Exhibiton Tompkins Cortland Community College, Dryden, New York May 2000
* Student Art Show State University of New York at Cortland College, cortland , New York May 2002
* Whispering Pines Art Show and Sale, Syracuse New York June 2002
* Tompkins County Regional Airport, Ithaca, New York July 2002
* Town Gown Artist walking Exhibition and Show Ithaca, New York June/July 2003
* Downtown Cortland Sidewalk drawing competition 2 nd Place Cortland, New York 2003
* Armory Art Student Show West Palm Beach, Florida Spring 2006
* Street Painting Festival Lake Worth, Florida, Feb 24, 25 2007
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* Carol's street painting was featured in the Palm Beach Post Sunday February 25, 2007
* Street Painting Festival Lake Worth, Florida, Feb 23, 24, 2008...

Artist Publications



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Artist Collections



Numerous private, corporate, museum, gallery and government collections detailed information coming soon.

Artist Favorites