Caroline Kwas’ realistic oil paintings examine the delicate structure of tiny natural objects. Her homeland, the windswept, wave sculpted shores of New England, provided her early inspiration. In her paintings, tumbled stones, crisp shells, and fallen leaves achieve new recognition when you stop to marvel at the details so often overlooked.
13 imagesRocks, stones, pebbles, boulders...however you call them, Caroline has given them emotional appeal that has transcends all man-made borders, as evidenced by her worldwide collectors who all agree one one thing: we are united by this beautiful planet, and seek to preserve its beauty.
4 imagesShells from various beaches of the United States- from Long Island, New York, to Florida and Cailfornia.
4 imagesExamining autumn leaves was a breakaway point fro Caroline; here in this gallery, one can see the logical progression from her tight realism into the flowing expressionism embodied in the newer pieces.