Presented by Guemes Island Community Center Association (GICCA)
“Enriching and Connecting our Island Community”

Presented by GICCA

“Enriching and Connecting our Island Community”

Carol Steffy

Painter & Sculptor

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The best thing about watercolor is that a lot of happy accidents occur.

I am a Guemes artist with several creative interests; raku firing of ceramic sculpture, wood sculpture, and watercolor painting.

 

 

California State University at Long Beach was where I went to college starting in Illustration, then graduating with a major in Fine Arts.  At Claremont Graduate School in California I pursued more painting studies and began studying ceramic sculpture with Betty Davenport Ford who excelled in wildlife sculpture.

 

 

In Oregon I belonged to a creative group of artists, R.A.C.O. Raku Artists of Central Oregon, who specialized in firing with the Japanese glazing and firing technique.  We had two shows a year held in the Environmental Center in Bend, Oregon.  To be juried into the High Desert Museum show was a highlight of each year. 

 

On Guemes, watercolor painting has taken the lead in art pursuits, with a current show at the Guemes Island Community church hall, which is also currently in lockdown due to the covid virus restrictions. 

 

Come by and look in until the pandemic ends!

Artist of the Month ★

December 2020

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All Artwork Copyright 

© Carol Steffy