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Caroline Smyrk

I live in the Macedon Ranges and retired as an Art/Music/Language Teacher over 6 years ago. Since then I have been able to devoting more time to drawing, painting and Printmaking. I am a member of Art on Piper Gallery, a collective of Macedon Ranges artists.


Education

Caroline Smyrk is a visual artist from the Macedon Ranges. She works in a diverse range of media including oils, watercolour, charcoal and printmaking. 

She has exhibited in many shows in Victoria. Her work has been critically acclaimed receiving High Commendation Awards at the Trentham and Woodend Art Group shows.

Caroline has lived in Gisborne for more than 30 years, drawing inspiration from the local landscape, people in her life and the natural environment.

 Art Shows

-       Woodend Art Group

-       Macedon Ranges Art Group

-       Trentham Easter Show 2018

-       Daylesford Art Show 2017

-       BMAC Gallery 2018

-       Small works exhibition 2017

-       Maldon Portrait prize 2018

-       Little Gallery Trentham Christmas show 2017

-       Little Gallery Group show 2018

-       Castlemaine Rotary show 2019

-       Bendigo Rotary show 2019

-       Flemington Rotary show 2019

-       Victorian Artist’s Society select entry shows 2019, 2020

-       Member of Art on Piper Collective

 

  Education

-       Art Pathways – Castlemaine Further education

-       Diploma of Art Appreciation – Art Institute

-       Florence Academy of Art – Drawing and Painting

-       Victorian Artist’s Society

 


Works by Caroline Smyrk

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Lago di Pontecosi
Caroline Smyrk
94cm (W) x 64cm (H) x 3cm (D)
Mixed Media on 600g watercolour paper
$ 700.00
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Swoop
Caroline Smyrk
41cm (W) x 34cm (H) x 2cm (D)
Reduction Lino cut print on Rosepina paper
$ 300.00
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Morning Light
Caroline Smyrk
44cm (W) x 34cm (H) x 2cm (D)
oil on canvas board
$ 400.00
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