Carole Boller

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Template:Autobiography Original short description: "American painter"

Artist

Carole Kortenhoven Boller is an American artist living in Newport Beach, California.

Early life and education

Carole Boller was born in Harvey, Illinois. However, she and grew up in South Holland, Illinois.[1] Her earliest works of art were largely inspired by light and water in nature. Boller studied at Calumet College of St. Joseph[1] and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

She then traveled to Europe where she practiced painting in Antibes,[2] France. The difficulty speaking a foreign language emphasized the importance of looking at art as a non-verbal communication.  “It was incredibly challenging.  It changed my perspective on the power of art to persuade an audience.” [3]


Art

Carole Boller's plein air paintings have enigmatic colors, energy lives within her beach scenes. Boller's aesthetic balances light and water. Her early works were inspired by nature around Lake Michigan and the surrounding lakes.  Carole explained that “painting in the midwest weather was difficult, no matter what season. The shadows were dull and created a challenge to find fresh color.”`[4]

In the 90's Carole Boller found the ocean at Newport Beach.

Recent work

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Carole Boller points to the banner of her Umbrella Beach Painting, commissioned by the City of Laguna Beach.

Carole Boller has been chosen to produce content for the City of Laguna Beach. In 2018, Carole's Umbrella Beach painting was chosen for the city's banner.[5] Boller's studio is located on the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, California. She created a nonprofit organization — Art for All — to provide art programs for individuals with physical, mental and psychological challenges.

Carole Boller was artist in residence at Antibes,[2] France. She was an Arts Commissioner for Newport Beach.[6] As well, some of her work resides at the Art in Embassies Exhibition at the U.S. Embassy Athens, Greece.

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