Karen Vernon has worked in watercolor for over fifty years and has taught watercolor workshops for more than 30 years. Her paintings have developed a worldwide market and hang in museum and corporate collections in Europe, the United States and throughout the world. She is a member of Who’s Who in American Art and Who’s Who in America and holds signature memberships in several notable watercolor societies. She is the founder of ACT, Artist Changing Tomorrow and was a part and invitation group of 50 artists and one of the three watercolorists whose works toured as part of the national museum exhibition, “Sea to Shining Sea.” Ms. Vernon’s paintings are a unique presentation of traditional watercolor on Aquabord. Her paintings reflect an extreme understanding of color luminosity and a technical mastery of the medium. Vernon’s students applaud her for her openness and her skill in communicating the lessons. Students have complimented her ability to move them to new ways of thinking and to a higher level in their art.