After being told not to draw on the walls, Carolyn at age three, started doodling under windowsills and on the blank end papers of hard back books. When these crayon creations started appearing under the toilet seat, her mom finally took the hint and gave her pens and paper to use.
(See what I mean about being funny?)
Carolyn grew up in the Seacoast area and received her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She has worked as a freelance illustrator for the past 34 years, including one year at Hallmark in Kansas City. After living in San Francisco & Seattle for 22 years, she finally moved back to Portsmouth in 2003.
Carolyn creates illustrations for advertising, publishing, & products. To learn more about her work check out her online portfolio. I saw some familiar art like this Portsmouth, NH one, one for Market Square Day, and Barbara’s foods.
(See what I mean about being gifted?)
To find out more about her humor, check out this story when she played the Rogue Rubber Band at a recent PILL class and her website about page where she is intently playing monopoly with her cat! Well, someone’s cat.
To come and play some easy, safe, improv, check out the next entry-level Discover PILL class! Four Saturday afternoons 2:30-4:30p starts Nov 17th. If you need to increase your joy experience during the holidays and current events, I highly recommend it! 🙂