Carol Raybin

ABOUT CAROL RAYBIN

Carol Raybin, a classically trained realist painter, has an intimate knowledge of the sea and rocky shore of Monhegan Island, where she spends several months each year, rendering the landscape in sensitive, atmospheric oils and watercolors.

Raybin received a B.F.A. from The Cooper Union and an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute, and her paintings have appeared in many publications and exhibitions.

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Selected Exhibitions:

2008                Dowling Walsh Gallery—Rockland, ME

1995-Present   Lupine Gallery—Monhegan, ME

2007                “On Island”—University of New England Art Gallery—Portland, ME

2005                Elizabeth Moss Gallery—Falmouth, ME

2003                “The Luminous Landscape”—Poughkeepsie Art Museum, NY

2002                “Mystery Unveiled”—7th Annual Bannerman Castle Benefit Exhibition, Albert Shahinian Fine Art, Poughkeepsie, NY

2001                “Trio”—The Alice Curtis Desmond and Hamilton Fish Library,Garrison, NY

2001                “The Luminous Landscape; Divergent Paths”—The Work of Two Painters, Albert Shahinian Fine Art, Poughkeepsie, NY

2001                “Exhibition of Contemporary Marine Art”—Washington County Museum of Fine Art, Hagerstown, MD

2001                “12th National Exhibition of Marine Art”—Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

1998                Hudson Valley Art Association—Cropsey Foundation, Hasting-on-Hudson, NY

1997                Frye Museum—Seattle, WA

1995                Shelter Rock Island Gallery—Long Island, NY

Bibliography:

Little, Carl. More Paintings of Maine. Down East Books, Camden, Maine

Art of the Hudson Valley. Hudson Park Press, 2005.

American Artist Drawing Magazine. Spring Issue, 2004.

Little, Carl and Skolnik, Arnold. The Art of Monhegan Island. Down East Books, Camden, Maine, 2004.

Education:

M.F.A. Pratt Institute, New York City

B.F.A. The Cooper Union Art School, New York City

The National Academy of Design, New York City

The Art Students League, New York City



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