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Dog & Horse in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Beth Carlson
Dog & Horse, Fine Art & Portraiture in Charleston, SC, will present the exhibit, Beth Carlson: Sporting Artist, on view from Feb. 11 through Mar. 14, 2009.
Carlson's paintings of sporting scenes stand apart from other sporting artists because they have a soul. Her dogs show the tension and excitement of the hunt, while her landscapes capture the natural beauty of the countryside. Her exquisite talent and feeling for animals and for nature combine to make two beautiful paintings in one. Sportsmen, collectors, men and women alike are in line to purchase her paintings.
Carlson's sporting paintings have gained such notoriety to have graced the covers of numerous publications including Gray's Sporting Journal, The American Brittany, The Field Trial Magazine, The Pointing Dog Journal, and The Chronicle of the Horse. She is also an associate member of the nationally recognized organizations, Oil Painters Society of America and Women Artists of the West.
Carlson has two paintings in the permanent collection at the Brittany Hall of Fame in The Field Trial Museum in Tennessee. Her commissions of family pets are exquisite as well. A pair of paintings of Shelties in Scottish landscapes will be donated to the prestigious Museum of the Dog in St. Louis, MO. Currently, Carlson lives on a farm on the coast of Maine with her husband, Peter, and her dogs and horses.
Dog & Horse, Fine Art & Portraiture, is a specialized source for paintings by top quality artists, specializing in dog and/or equine paintings, sculptures and portraiture.
For further info check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/577-5500 or visit (www.dogartdealer.com).
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