From the 24th February to 21st June 2014, A brand new exhibition of pastel paintings by a local artist opens on Monday 24th February at Dorset County Museum.
Carolyn Fields lives in Dorchester but was born in Singapore and brought up in Scotland. She is a science teacher but spends her spare time painting. Her pictures are beautiful pastel paintings of many of the most recognisable of Dorset’s landmarks including Portland Bill, Kimmeridge Bay and Durdle Door.
Carolyn said, “I share a love of pastel painting with my mother who is also an artist. I have painted in Italy and Ireland but am most at home painting the Dorset landscape, in particular the Jurassic Coast.”
Carolyn’s paintings will be exhibited in the Museum’s popular Tea Room and every piece will be for sale. For further information contact the Museum on 01305 262735. Entry to the exhibition is FREE.