Carol Hart
Carol Hart
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A Cloudy Day

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Altered States

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She Who Sews Spring

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She Who Sews Winter

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Morning Sunrise

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A Promise of Rain

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Mountains of the Imagination

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Summer Breeze

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New Zealand Steam

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Windy

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Roxy believed she was roller derby queen

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Three Generations

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Through My Window

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Mountains of the Imagination III

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Sunset

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Spirit Island

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A Promise of Rain II

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Big Changes in the Old Neighborhood

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Memories of Home

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The Seekers

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Women in India

Gallery Reserve

For Viewing Only

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Maraine Lake

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Morning Fog

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Puppet Master

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Mountain Vista

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Salina Sunset

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A Bend in the Road

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These Rolling Hills

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Coastal Respite

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Canyonland

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Tea Time

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The Cat and her Cohearts

About Carol Hart

Represented Artist

Carol Hart was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and earned her BA in Fine Arts with an emphasis in painting at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. She currently lives in Fayetteville, AR with her husband Bill and their two cats. After moving to Arkansas Carol worked with children with disabilities for a number of years and later founded Life Styles, a non-profit providing critically needed services for adults with disabilities. Understanding the importance and power of art, Carol established the Blair Art Center for individuals to find their voice and express themselves through a variety of mediums. Today, these accomplished Life Styles artists enthusiastically show their work throughout the region. Carol is an acrylic and mixed media artist. Her work includes landscapes, figures and abstracts. She likes to work in series as it gives her the opportunity to fully explore her subjects like her Sew What Series, her vintage women in sports paintings, or her current series focusing on memories, reflections and feelings of home.

I am an acrylic and mixed media artist. I love the painting process from that first kernel of an idea to the finished piece. I use bold bright colors, loose brush strokes, and vivid patterns to bring attention to the interplay of shapes, color, and texture. I frequently add collage elements, mark making, drawing on the canvas, and sewing on the paintings as exemplified in my Sew What series. I paint figures, landscapes and abstracts. While my subject matter varies, my methods are consistent emphasizing an abstract approach striving to capture a feeling or emotion, or create a story. I enjoy exploring the push and pull of paint and collage in my abstract works. I will create layers upon layers of paint and collage until the balance, movement and complexity of the painting is achieved. I have always been involved in the pursuit of creative expression. My love affair with painting began in high school. I view the world through an artist’s eyes, seeing possibilities in the ordinary and the extraordinary. The process of painting is personal for me. It is not only my opportunity to create, but to problem solve, experiment, and share a part of myself with the viewer.

About the art

Carol Hart was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and earned her BA in Fine Arts with an emphasis in painting at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. She currently lives in Fayetteville, AR with her husband Bill and their two cats. After moving to Arkansas Carol worked with children with disabilities for a number of years and later founded Life Styles, a non-profit providing critically needed services for adults with disabilities. Understanding the importance and power of art, Carol established the Blair Art Center for individuals to find their voice and express themselves through a variety of mediums. Today, these accomplished Life Styles artists enthusiastically show their work throughout the region. Carol is an acrylic and mixed media artist. Her work includes landscapes, figures and abstracts. She likes to work in series as it gives her the opportunity to fully explore her subjects like her Sew What Series, her vintage women in sports paintings, or her current series focusing on memories, reflections and feelings of home.

I am an acrylic and mixed media artist. I love the painting process from that first kernel of an idea to the finished piece. I use bold bright colors, loose brush strokes, and vivid patterns to bring attention to the interplay of shapes, color, and texture. I frequently add collage elements, mark making, drawing on the canvas, and sewing on the paintings as exemplified in my Sew What series. I paint figures, landscapes and abstracts. While my subject matter varies, my methods are consistent emphasizing an abstract approach striving to capture a feeling or emotion, or create a story. I enjoy exploring the push and pull of paint and collage in my abstract works. I will create layers upon layers of paint and collage until the balance, movement and complexity of the painting is achieved. I have always been involved in the pursuit of creative expression. My love affair with painting began in high school. I view the world through an artist’s eyes, seeing possibilities in the ordinary and the extraordinary. The process of painting is personal for me. It is not only my opportunity to create, but to problem solve, experiment, and share a part of myself with the viewer.