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Kate's Zinnia Garden by Carrie Jacobson
Blue Owl by Carrie Jacobson
Mama Bear, Baby Bear by Carrie Jacobson
Great Horned by Carrie Jacobson
Owl in Flight by Carrie Jacobson
Lilacs on Peach by Carrie Jacobson
Lilacs on Yellow by Carrie Jacobson
Tall Lilacs by Carrie Jacobson
Lilacs and Small Bowl by Carrie Jacobson
Mama Cardinal on Bird Bath by Carrie Jacobson
Lilacs with Green Cup and Pears by Carrie Jacobson
House Sparrow by Carrie Jacobson
An Uncloudy Day by Carrie Jacobson
More Lilies by Carrie Jacobson
Sue's Sky by Carrie Jacobson
Dancing in the Sun by Carrie Jacobson
Bright Lights by Carrie Jacobson
Hummer by Carrie Jacobson
Hollyhocks by Carrie Jacobson
Chickadee-dee-dee by Carrie Jacobson
Cardinal by Carrie Jacobson
Winken, Blinken and Nod by Carrie Jacobson
Didi's Hills by Carrie Jacobson
Larry, Moo and Curly by Carrie Jacobson
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About Carrie Jacobson
Painting came to Carrie Jacobson when she was 50. At first, it seemed like a way to cope with her motherâ€™s death. Then it became a way to cope with the death of her boss in the newspaper where she worked, and then, a way to cope with the elimination of the job sheâ€™d thought she would have forever.
In time, Carrie recognized painting as the gift it is, and made it the focus of her life.
Carrie and her husband Peter were living in New York state when Carrie began painting. Shortly after painting came into Carrieâ€™s life, she started painting with a group of plain-air painters, many of whom had been painting for decades. They answered her questions, showed her their techniques and critiqued her work. Without the Wallkill River School plein-air painters, Carrie would have been lost.
After moving from New York to Connecticut, spending five years working in journalism while showing in galleries and participating in outdoor art shows part-time, Carrie left the corporate world to become a full-time painter.
She, her husband, their four dogs and two cats moved from Connecticut to the Eastern Shore of Virginia, where the light is spectacular, the winters are warm and the land undeveloped and uncrowded. Painting in oils, and with a palette knife, Carrie has worked to launch a successful painting career. She participates in outdoor art festivals, sells in galleries and has developed a strong online presence, on her blog, The Accidental Artist (carriejacobson.blogspot.com) and her website, jacobson-arts.com