Carol Colin is a painter of cityscapes, landscapes, portraits and urban scenes. She has exhibited for four decades and has drawings and paintings in many private collections. Born in Tacoma, Washington, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the then Portland Museum Art School, (Oregon). She married fellow artist Ted Waltz in 1974. Together, they ran the 24th Avenue Gallery in Portland before moving to Los Angeles, California in 1976, for expanded opportunities. They opened Oranges/Sardines Gallery downtown in 1978, an introduction and a portal to that art community that lasted ten years. For more than thirty years, they have owned a live-in studio in Highland Park, northeast Los Angeles. Several years ago, they began spending longer periods of time back in the Puyallup area to help her mother. At the beginning of 2021, they returned for an indefinite stay. Colin has set up a new studio, and is producing pastels, ink drawings, watercolors and oil paintings inspired by Northwest subjects. Please see a full bio and more work on her website.
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