A solo exhibition by renowned local watercolour artist Carol Hill SWA RBSA, takes centre stage at Ingleby Gallery, near Melbourne, this autumn.
Carol is a landscape and still-life artist who has had a lifelong interest in painting but who first took it seriously when living in the Far East in the 1960s. She trained at Hong Kong University under the guidance of an American resident tutor but didn’t begin painting full-time until later.
A member of the Society of Women Artists and the Royal Birmingham
Society of Artists and also President of the Matlock Artists Society, Carol is a qualified adult education teacher and organises workshops, painting days and demonstrations for art groups and societies throughout the country. She is also a visiting artist and tutor on cruise liners.
In 2009 Carol’s painting in the Society of Women Artists’ annual exhibition at the Mall Gallery, London, was awarded the HRH Princess Michael of Kent Watercolour Award for the most outstanding watercolour. In 2017 she was selected by Ken Howard RA for the Harris Moore Canvas Prize at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists’ prize exhibition for her painting ‘Evening Light’.
The theme of this selection of paintings, which are on show from 7th to 21st October, is ‘The Changing Seasons’.
Gallery opening hours during the exhibition are Wednesday to Friday 10am– 4pm and 12 noon–5pm at weekends.
‘Irises, River Bradford at Alport’ by Carol Hill