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ADVANCING THE ARTS ACROSS MARYLAND

CAROL BUCKLIN-LOEVY

CAROL BUCKLIN-LOEVY

Artist Work

Goldfinch
03/25/2012
Oil
5x7
Cardinal
03/15/2012
Oli
6x8
Eggplant
01/20/2012
Oil
5x7
Hydrangea
03/01/2012
Oil
8x10
Indian Lookout
01/20/2012
Oil
8x10
Honey Crisp
01/10/2012
Oil
7.25x11.25

Artist Information

County
Frederick County
Artistic Category

Visual Arts

Artist Statement

With years of experience as an illustrator and art director, I try to find, interpret and achieve the beauty in everyday objects in my work. Private commissions are welcomed.

Artist Bio

Carol began her career at the early age of 7 in her Mother’s studio, painting in oil on 3”x 5” canvases. Her natural talent came from both parents, her mother a painter and her father an illustrator.

She attended Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland for 2 years before pursuing a career in graphic design and illustration, working in the publishing industry for many years, both as an art director and illustrator.

In the early 1990’s she was chosen to provide a series of wildlife illustrations for a World Wildlife Fund fundraising campaign. During that time period she also released a successful limited edition lithograph print of the Red Brick Courthouse located in Rockville, Maryland.

Continuing to refine her style and improve her skills, she painted as often as possible throughout the years, taking on commissions and projects that personally challenged her.

In the late 90’s Carol and her business partner, Jamie Scowcroft, opened Scowcroft Studios, Inc., an architectural rendering firm, where she held the title of president for over 12 years, working primarily in watercolor.

In 2009 Carol decided to go back into her studio to pursue her love of oil painting and wildlife illustration. She very recently produced a body of work consisting of traditional miniature pieces to include landscapes, portraits of fruit, vegetables and floral still life paintings in oil.

Recently receiving several private commission requests, Carol began painting favorite backyard birds in both oil and watercolor. Original oils and watercolor limited edition giclee prints on canvas and archival watercolor paper are available for all of the images shown in the portfolio, through the galleries or the artist directly.

Carol is a life-long resident of Maryland and lives on a small horse farm, near the small town of Woodsboro, where her studio is located. She shares that space with her husband, John, 3 horses and at least 3 cats... and sometimes more.

email: carolbucklin@mac.com

phone: 301.606.2990Carol began her career at the early age of 7 in her Mother’s studio, painting in oil on 3”x 5” canvases. Her natural talent came from both parents, her mother a painter and her father an illustrator.

She attended Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland for 2 years before pursuing a career in graphic design and illustration, working in the publishing industry for many years, both as an art director and illustrator.

In the early 1990’s she was chosen to provide a series of wildlife illustrations for a World Wildlife Fund fundraising campaign. During that time period she also released a successful limited edition lithograph print of the Red Brick Courthouse located in Rockville, Maryland.

Continuing to refine her style and improve her skills, she painted as often as possible throughout the years, taking on commissions and projects that personally challenged her.

In the late 90’s Carol and her business partner, Jamie Scowcroft, opened Scowcroft Studios, Inc., an architectural rendering firm, where she held the title of president for over 12 years, working primarily in watercolor.

In 2009 Carol decided to go back into her studio to pursue her love of oil painting and wildlife illustration. She very recently produced a body of work consisting of traditional miniature pieces to include landscapes, portraits of fruit, vegetables and floral still life paintings in oil.

Recently receiving several private commission requests, Carol began painting favorite backyard birds in both oil and watercolor. Original oils and watercolor limited edition giclee prints on canvas and archival watercolor paper are available for all of the images shown in the portfolio, through the galleries or the artist directly.

Carol is a life-long resident of Maryland and lives on a small horse farm, near the small town of Woodsboro, where her studio is located. She shares that space with her husband, John, 3 horses and at least 3 cats... and sometimes more.

email: carolbucklin@mac.com

phone: 301.606.2990