About Carolyn Evans
When Carolyn Evans comments on the role of color in her paintings she speaks as if getting dressed for an evening out. As she considers her palette she wants to know "what will go withthis outfit." She'll point out an accent of green here and another of purple there that pull her composition together. Evans believes that "color is personal" adding that she "paints like I dress", and she is a well-dressed woman who enjoys the look and feel of good clothing. Fashion can be trivial or at least frivolous but clothing is another matter. How someone presents herself in the world can be frivolous, but it is never trivial. It was Oscar Wilde who pointed out the folly of failing to judge by appearances.
Carolyn shows her work at Cole Pratt Gallery in New Orleans, Julie Heller Gallery in Provincetown, Nicole Longnecker Gallery in Houston, and Blueprint in Dallas. She has works exhibited in the Provincetown Art Association & Museum (PAAM), Provincetown, MA, The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT; the University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL; Iberia Bank, New Orleans, LA and the New Orleans Museum of Art.