Color all around, striking, often shocking. Everywhere you look, Carolyn Roth’s prints pulse with combinations of yellows, orange and blues in strange landscapes or in forms of delicate hue floating free. Her sly humor hides dogs, canyons and dragons in clouds of color. They are all hand printed works on paper that call you over with color and then enchant you with details when you come close. Your imagination finds nature transformed.
Carolyn and her two labradors moved to Flint hill two years ago. She can be found in her studio painting or working on her printing press creating monotypes and monoprints. If you want to meet her and learn the difference between a monoprint and a monotype, or just talk with her about art she will be explaining her process on July 21 from 2:30 – 5:30 p.m. at Quievrement Winery,162 Gid Brown Hollow. Her work will hang in the tasting room through August.