Contemporary Impressionist Caroline Jasper’s paintings are “always about the light," says the artist. "It can dramatize the most ordinary places." Red is Jasper’s trademark. Her colorful landscape and water scenes begin on red ground, which serves to invigorate visual interaction against loosely applied color marks.
Jasper’s work ranges from plein air small to heavy-easel large.
The critically acclaimed artist’s paintings have been in solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries throughout the United States. Her works are held in private, celebrity, public, corporate, and museum collections internationally.
Author of books, feature artist in DVDs, and self-publisher of instructional materials, Jasper’s works and words also appear in art magazines, newspaper articles, blogs and books by others. She draws on a Maryland Institute College of Art MFA, thirty plus years as high school and college level art instructor, gallery and college lecturer, and exhibition juror. Jasper continues as a veteran workshop instructor internationally. Galleries in Arkansas, California, Florida, Maryland, and Texas represent her work.