White Flowers In Vase


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart. Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill! I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist. Contact Cheryl about any of these art works by using the form below.

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White Flowers In Vase
Cheryl Carpentier

Bluebirds In Flight


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart. Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill! I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist. Contact Cheryl about any of these art works by using the form below.

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Bluebirds In Flight
Cheryl Carpentier

Tulips For You


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart. Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill! I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist. Contact Cheryl about any of these art works by using the form below.

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Tulips For You
Cheryl Carpentier

Potted Flowers


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart. Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill! I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist. Contact Cheryl about any of these art works by using the form below.

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Potted Flowers
Cheryl Carpentier

Birch Trees 3


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart. Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill! I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist. Contact Cheryl about any of these art works by using the form below.

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Birch Trees 3
Cheryl Carpentier

Marbled Tulips


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart.

Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill!

I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist.

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Marbled Tulips
Cheryl Carpentier

Golden Birches


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart.

Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill!

I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist.

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Golden Birches
Cheryl Carpentier

Spring Tulips 1


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart.

Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill!

I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist.

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Spring Tulips 1
Cheryl Carpentier

Got Crackers


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart.

Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill!

I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist.

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Got Crackers
Cheryl Carpentier

Hungry Fish


Cheryl Carpentier artistCheryl Carpentier

While studying Interior Design at OSU, I always enjoyed Art History classes and was especially interested in the Impressionist style – drawn to their warm, bright colors, majestic gestures, and textures. Van Gogh and Cezanne are two of my favorite artists. Always open to learning new techniques and styles, I’ve taken classes from Liz Walker at the Village Gallery of Arts, encaustic artist Kelli Williams, Ed Labadie, and Sharon Stevenson of Cowgirl at Heart.

Drawing my inspiration from Mother Nature, I’m currently fascinated with birch trees and adding my own mark to each painting. I was recently honored with a 2nd place ribbon at the Porsche Parade Art Show in Monterey, CA with my acrylic/mixed media piece, “The Blue Macan” – what a thrill!

I’m thankful that my art seems to elicit a “happy and positive” response from many viewers. Painting has brought a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life, and I look forward to further expanding and honing my skills as an artist.

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Hungry Fish
Cheryl Carpentier
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