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Sweet tea and Liberty by Carla Dabney
The Garden Club by Carla Dabney
Song of the south by Carla Dabney
Knock knock by Carla Dabney
Spanish Bluebells by Carla Dabney
Fine August Day by Carla Dabney
Discovered by Carla Dabney
Converging Colors by Carla Dabney
Country home. Nice view. by Carla Dabney
Easy Chair by Carla Dabney
Blue Ridge Barn by Carla Dabney
blue barn by Carla Dabney
Dad's Place by Carla Dabney
Waiting at Woods Edge by Carla Dabney
Garden Reds by Carla Dabney
Among the Leaves by Carla Dabney
swing time by Carla Dabney
Enveloped By Wildflowers by Carla Dabney
Red Creeper by Carla Dabney
Wishing Tree by Carla Dabney
Rocky Shoals Spider Lilly by Carla Dabney
Cool water by Carla Dabney
Blue Canoe by Carla Dabney
Poinsettia by Carla Dabney
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About Carla Dabney
Born and raised in S.C. I find the southern landscape fascinating with no end to beautiful and interesting subjects to be found. From the ocean to the mountains and all that is inbetween I begin by taking my own photographs.Over the years I have acquired hundreds of wonderful images from which to paint. The difficulty for me is in narrowing my choice to begin a painting.
I work only in water media with a preference for watercolors and I have no formal training.
My inspiration for watercolors began in the late 1970's at the Greenville Museum of Art with their large collection of Andrew Wyeth paintings and more recently a travelling show by Mary Whyte has fueled the flame for me artistically. Watercolor is indeed an amazing medium and I plan to continue exploring the medium.
I have a studio in my home but find it a challenge to stay indoors when I can be outside in my garden.
"Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures"- Henry Ward Beecher