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Carole Jones

Upon returning to the United States from Europe, Carole was noticed by Mrs. Charles Shipman Payson, who had just put together the Country Art Gallery in her home town of Locust Valley, Long Island. Here, Carole's work grew in popularity.

To date, Carole has paintings all over the world. Her art works can be found in the homes of numerous discriminating collectors.
Her one-woman shows include:
The Country Art Gallery, Long Island, New York
The Noisy Oyster, New York, New York
Palm Beach Gallery, West Palm Beach, Florida
The Black House, Searcy, Arkansas
The Cleburne County Arts Council, Heber Springs, Arkansas
The Casements, Ormond Beach, Florida, was a joint show with sculptor, Gayle Hoone.

Carole is now expanding into a line of greeting cards, copper fire screens and copper and wood furnishings. For more information on Carole, call her at 501-230-8621, e-mail her at info@sun-e-daleknoll.com or visit her website at http://sun-e-daleknoll.com/.Check out samples of her work below:
Carole grew up in the horse country of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.

Her love for all animals and an ability to draw inspired her to attend "The Art Students League" in New York City. Here, she was able to study illustration with
Earl Mayan of the Saturday Evening Post and Steven Kidd of the New York Daily News.

She also studied anatomy with
Robert Hale. Later, she furthered her education in England at Sir John Cass College, studying drawing, painting and illustration. She continued her study of anatomy at the Royal Academy.
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