Artist Caroline Linscott has been painting
in watercolor for over twenty years. With her attention to detail, precision, and knack for capturing the light in the most
dramatic sense, Caroline carefully crafts one of a kind watercolors that truly capture the heart and soul of viewer. Caroline's
ability to capture the most minut detail and passion from her subjects, and transend it onto watercolor paper, is unparamount.
Such detail often goes unnoticed to the naked eye, but Caroline manages to capture a moment of pure perfection in her watercolors,
allowing all to see the world as she sees it.
Caroline has worked with different mediums and has studied various subject matters, but her watercolor florals are
her passion. Her vibrant watercolors have been exhibited at the following respected and well renowned shows as: The
Laguna Festival of the Arts, Art a Fair, Women Artists of the West International Show, Watercolor USA Springfield Missouri
Museum of Art, Strathearn Foundation Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum Invitational, and the Phippen Museum
36th annual show. Caroline has been the proprietor of several successful galleries and the author of "Art of The American
West" and "Starting Out in Watercolor". She has been a member of such Art Associations and professionl affliations
as: Women Artists of the West (where she served on the board as president) and The San Diego Museum Guild.
Caroline enjoys teaching watercolor classes to watercolor
students of all levels and ages. She frequently hosts watercolor workshops where she demonstrats her vast knowledge of watercolor
and watercolor techniques.
continues to craft her trade and improve her technique. An artists work is never done, and she continually sees new and innovative
ways to communicate on watercolor.