Carol Carter

Saturday & Sunday

February 13th & 14th, 2021


Fee: $350

Learn how to paint with fluidity during this watercolor workshop. You’ll work on brilliance of colors and purity in paint application as you practice your skills. Can you juxtapose colors to make them appear to vibrate? You’ll be inspired by Carol’s daily demonstrations and experiments to create wet, loose watercolors while you learn about color, water, design, and value. Carol will focus on imagery, content, point of view, and taking risks. Afternoons will include individual instruction and group critique, and Carol will discuss and take questions on marketing and using social media to build your artistic career.


We are following all CDC guidelines and safety protocols to ensure a comfortable and safe experience for all who enter the BAC. We will be practicing social distancing by limiting class size and separating class chairs 6' apart.  

All staff, volunteers and students will be required to wear a face covering or mask that covers your nose and mouth. Sick and vulnerable persons should not enter the building.  No-touch temperature will be taken.  All who enter must register upon entry.  Hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout BAC.  

(We hope that by 2021, these precautionary steps will no longer be necessary, but this can only be determined as we get closer to the workshop date.)

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Carol Carter is an internationally renowned American artist whose work has been exhibited in six countries and published worldwide. She has won numerous international prizes for her work. She received her MFA from Washington University, St. Louis. She was awarded a MAA-NEA Fellowship in Painting and Works on Paper in 1994. Voted Best St. Louis Artist by The Riverfront Times in 2000. The US Embassy sponsored a solo exhibition of her work at the Teatro del Centro de Arte, in Guayaquil, Ecuador in 2003. She was Artist-in-Residence for the Everglades National Park [AIRE] in 2010. She developed the Everglades Series exhibition based on this study. She was guest artist and symposium speaker for the American Women Artists Symposium at the Steamboat Springs Art Museum, Steamboat Springs CO in 2019.

She has taught in France, Norway, Ecuador, Hong Kong, and the US Virgin Islands. She teaches watercolor from coast to coast in the United States. Carter was elected Master Signature Member of American Women Artists in 2019. She was also elected Master Signature Member of Heartland Art Club, St. Louis, MO in 2019.



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(727) 596-4331


1515 Bay Palm Blvd
Indian Rocks Beach
FL 33785, USA