march, 2017

3mar - 31mar 310:00 ammar 31Art Walk Gallery: Carin Wagner10:00 am - 4:30 pm (31)


3 (Friday) 10:00 am - 31 (Friday) 4:30 pm


Cornell Art Museum

51 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Beach, Florida 33444

Event Details

The Cornell Art Museum is proud to feature painter, Carin Wagner in the Art Walk gallery, for the month of March, with her current exquisite series, Reflect.

Carin is an award-winning South Florida artist. She was born in Norfolk, Virginia. Carin graduated with a degree in Advertising Design from the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale, winning their Angelo DiVincenzo Life Drawing award of a full term scholarship twice. Wagner works predominately in oil on canvas, with a message of environmental protection at its core.

She has exhibited throughout the U.S., including representation at the Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY, the Silvia Wald, Po Kim Gallery in New York, NY, the Lawrence Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach, and the Lighthouse Center for the Arts. Her work has been included in multiple museum shows, including the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art, the Coral Springs Museum of Art, the Boca Raton Museum of Art and the Cornell Museum in Delray.

Her awards include: two time winner of the Peoples Choice from the Cultural Council of Palm Beach, Peoples Choice from Lighthouse Art Center, First place in Continuum Palm Beach, the Mahlon Cline Award of Excellence, and the Dorothy L. Irish Memorial Award from the National Association of Women Artists.

Her work is featured in the book Grand Ambition, by G. Bruce Knecht, and written about extensively in publications such as: Sun Sentinel, Palm Beach Post, Gallery and Studio, an International Art Journal, Architectural Digest, Florida Design Magazine, On View Magazine, Showboats International, and many others. She is currently represented by Armand Bolling Fine Art, Jupiter, FL, The Lawrence Gallery Scottsdale, AZ, and M&M Studio, Jupiter, FL..

This past January her work was a part of the Collector’s Choice show a the Box Gallery, chosen by Marisa Pascucci of the Boca Raton Museum of Art.

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