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Carrie Goller

The Island Gallery is delighted to welcome prolific artist Carrie Goller of Port Ludlow, Washington.

A Bainbridge Island native, the multi-media artist recalls being advised as a child to pursue a career in fine art, but it wasn’t until she battled breast cancer that she became a serious and dedicated artist.  Goller is lured by simple yet sensuous organic forms and the intoxicating realm of vibrant colors, shapes and textures found in nature. Her thoughtful approach to subject matter can be evidenced from her tender still life work, along with a passion for rendering impressionist oils of daily life. She transitions with ease within a wide range of genres and mixed media, including oil, watercolor, pastel and charcoal, as well as ancient mediums such as encaustic (molten pigmented beeswax), casein and egg tempera. 

As a colorist, I truly appreciate Carrie Goller’s work. She has a wonderful talent for creative combinations that really do engage the eye, says Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.

 Please visit us in November to view Carrie’s initial presentation.  We will feature her new works in a solo show opening on First Friday, February 1, 2013.  In the meantime, keep an eye on our web shop to view more pieces from this very special Northwest artist.

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