Justice, Carolyn

  • "After Work" pastel on paper, 22 x 27 inches
  • "Red Pony" pastel on paper, 19 x 21 inches
  • "Pigs in Crowd" pastel on paper, 21 x 27 inches
  • "Laid Back Cows" pastel on paper 18 x 21 inches
  • "Green Parrot" pastel on paper, 26 x 22 inches

American Contemporary

Carolyn began her artistic career as a fashion illustrator after graduating from F.I.T. in 1968. She spent many years as a Mom, portrait artist and art teacher. In recent years she has focused on painting full time and has become an accomplished pastel artist.

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Her work has been exhibited throughout the Saratoga area, Vermont and NYC in Galleries, and has won numerous awards. She has an outstanding ability to capture the soul of whomever she is painting. Whether it is a child, a family pet or a lonely cow in the field. Even the personality of a busy barnyard rooster comes to life in Justice’s animal paintings. With an overwhelming emphasis these days on subjects that are unusual or Out of the Box. Justice searches for the ordinary and overlooked. The cow in the field or the old barn that has stood for generations. By using her own color interpretation and a strong sense of design the commonplace calls to be noticed. Her impressionist style also lends excitement to her landscapes and still lifes.

Her work hangs in many private collections. Most recently she is represented by the Chisholm Gallery.