San Diego History Center presents Artist Carol Lindemulder

| February 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

Ramona Morning is one of the several works of Carol Lindemulder.

An exhibition of paintings by artist Carol Lindemulder will be on view at the San Diego History Center February 9 – May 5, 2019. A reception for the exhibition is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday February 16, 2019. The event is complimentary for San Diego History Center members; $10 for non-members.

Frequently inspired by her travels and writing, Carol Lindemulder’s paintings of the landscape are distinguished by an evocative and bold use of color to convey a strong sense of place. Her vibrantly colored depictions of the urban and rural landscapes of San Diego County, southern California and the Southwest are based on the merging of many views and details from photographs that document her travels.

Carol Lindemulder was born and raised in San Diego. She received a BA in Design from the University of California, Berkeley, did graduate work in Fine Arts at San Diego State University, and also studied with New Mexico plein air painter, Ann Templeton. She is a member of the Oil Painters of America, the Pastel Society of America, and the California Art Club. Lindemulder has long been involved with historic preservation, and is a founding member of the Save Our Heritage Organization (SOHO). She lives and works in Borrego Springs, California.

Carol Lindemulder: Color Story features a selection of oil paintings, dating from 1996-2018, that highlight the artist’s passion for the natural and built environment, her mastery of color, and her dedication to recording the beauty of the region’s deserts, fields, mountains, buildings and towns.

“Carol documents the beauty of the San Diego region through her keen eye and bold use of color. She carries on the tradition of our region’s masters in painting the beauty of the landscape,” says Bill Lawrence, San Diego History Center’s executive director and CEO. “She has faced many challenges, including losing her home, studio and much of her collection in the wildfires that devastated our region. Like the Phoenix, Carol has risen from the ashes and presents a visual feast and view of our region that all need to experience. Carol also is a passionate historic preservationist, and I am proud to say, a good and very talented friend.”

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