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Carroll Sivco

Carroll Sivco

Carroll Sivco has studied art since childhood, majoring in art in college and continuing to pursue her love of painting people, places and things through classes, workshops, guilds and privately in her studio at home on Cape Cod. She studied at SCAD in Savannah, with Ceaser Borgia in the Reilly League of Artists, NY, with Daniel Green to hone her portrait skills at his studio in North Salem, NY and privately with Cape Cod artist Robert Roark. Her BEST in SHOW was an art in NYC at age 18. She was awarded a scholarship through the Archdiocese of NY  to The Famous Artist School. Carroll taught children art in schools in Westchester and Bronx Counties in NY for 5 years. She then became a Registered Nurse and continued her art career on Hilton Head Island, studying and showing her work in Savannah and on Hilton Head. Currently Carroll lives and  shows her work on Cape Cod.

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Themes in Work:

Carroll themes in her work are inspired by her natural surrounding and love of nature. Landscapes and seascapes are usually large and often done plein air. Her nursing career, working with people, has had an effect on her work. Many of her oil paintings are figurative, portraiture being her favorite work.

Professional Affiliations:

The Portrait Society of America, AFCC, The Chatham Art Association, Harwich Guild of Artists

Where Work is Displayed:

Carroll's work has been show in NY, RI, SC, GA and on the Cape in shows, venues and galleries. Most recently at The Cape Cod Museum of Art. Currently her work will be exhibited in The Red Gallery at The Eastham Public Library for the month of October, 2019.

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