CV/Bio

 

Carol Williams Devereaux is a landscape and fiqurative artist living in Dallas, Texas.  She is originally from Memphis, Tennessee and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Mississippi.  Devereaux has continued her art education through attending workshops and conferences nationally and abroad.  She hosts a weekly portrait session, and participates in several plein air events through out the year.  Working from life and "en plein air" her preferred mediums are oil and pastel.   She is known for her loose painterly works of portrait, figures and landscapes.

Memberships:
Portrait Society of America
American Impressionist Society
Oil Painters of America
National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society
American Women Artists
Outdoor Painter's Society
Pastel Society of Southwest
Richardson Civic Art Society

Shows and Awards:
Oil Painter's of America Salon Show 2016
Plein Air Rockies Juried Event, Estes Park, Colorado, August 2016
Art of the Heartland, Southwest Artists, Mena Arkansas, 2016
Milan Gallery, The  Discovery Show, Ft Worth, Texas 2016
Felder Gallery, One Day Wet Paint Plein Air Show , Port Aransas, Texas 2016
Crystal Moll  Gallery, Baltimore, MD, Cuba 2016
Paint Cuba! Publisher's Invitational Plein Air, Havana Cuba, 2016
Outdoor Painter's Society Plein Air Salon Show, 2012,2013,2014,2015,2016
American Impressionist Society National Juried Exhibition, 2014,2015
National Society of Artist's 31st National Exhibition, 2015, Phillip Partore Memorial Award
American Women Artist's Online Juried Show, 2015
National Oil and Acrylic Painter's Online Juried Show, 2015
Richardson Civic Art Society Regional Exhibition, 2015 3rd place oil, 2014, 2013 Best in Show
Telluride Plein Air Juried Event, Telluride, Colorado 2015
Texas Spirit Juried Show, 2014 Honorable Mention
American Women Artists 16th National Competition 2013
Los Gatos California Juried Plein Air Event, Los Gatos, California 2013
Dallas Heritage Village "Following Frank Reaugh", 2013
Smokey Mountain Orchid Society, 2013, First Place Drawing





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