Carole Caccavo Art Exhibit
Tuesday, August 12 – Sunday, September 21
Having a warm love for sketching, drawing, and painting, Carole Caccavo, a longtime resident of Thousand Oaks, has been a devoted artist for many years. Initially, Carole concentrated on floral arrangements using oil paints. She gradually transitioned to teaching cloth doll making, and selling Tole painted items that she created. In the past few years, she expanded her interest in art, by painting still life scenes using watercolors. Her passion is painting countryside panoramas, rustic buildings and bridges, old world canals and street scenes. Shades of warm browns, soft beiges, light grays and mellow greens are prevalent in her paintings. She is currently enrolled at Studio 316, Thousand Oaks where she is perfecting techniques in detailing, depicting perspectives, and developing color contrasts. Carole Caccavo has exhibited her art work at the Ventura County Fair where she was awarded several First Place and Second Place ribbons.
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New Works: ACCV & Friends Exhibit, 2010
The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, “The Voice of the Arts”, presents an art exhibit, New Works: ACCV & Friends, in The Galleria at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts from May 6- June 30, 2010. An Artists’ Reception will be Saturday, June 12th, from 4-6 pm, and is open to the public, free of charge. The Hillcrest Center is located at 403 W Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, 91360. Co-curators for the show are Thousand Oaks artists, Janet Amiri and Connie Tunick.
The fourteen participating artists in this invitational show are members and board members of the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, “The Voice of the Arts.” Paintings of all media and sculptures will be included.
Among the exhibiting artists are Michael Lynn Adams, Janet Amiri, Juliette Chayet-Cole, Ann Mathias, Bob Noonan, and Connie Tunick, all of Thousand Oaks; Theodora Ilowitz of Newbury Park; Rich Brimer and Phyl Doyon of Camarillo; Judy Koenig from Simi Valley; and Westlake Village artists are Diane Darakjian, Gordon Durich, Kathrin Raab Questenberg, and Geri Schonberg.
The show can be viewed daily from 9 am until 5 pm. Admission is free.