Carolyn Schlam
Agoura, California

Carolyn Schlam creates work with an intriguing cast of characters that seems to be just on the brink of telling their stories. Shet works with everything from ink to ceramic and finds inspiration in nature and light. She currently lives in New Mexico and loves the work of Pierre Bonnard and Édouard Vuillard. Fun fact: she has written two books on art.

Celadon
30" x 24" , oil painting
$1,675

Blond Girl
36" x 24" , oil painting
$5,600

Frida
35" x 27" , oil painting
$2,700


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Girl in the Wooden Chair
36" x 24" , oil painting
$5,200

The Skirt
46" x 36" , oil painting
$6,325


Statue
36" x 24" , oil painting
$3,025

Madonna
30" x 24" , oil painting
$3,600

Stargazer
40" x 34" , oil painting
$2,475


Leaf Girl
24" x 24" , oil painting
$2,900

Girl with Flower
30" x 24" , oil painting
$1,950

The Red Dress
48" x 28" , oil painting
$2,750


Husband and Wife
44" x 36" , oil painting
$3,475


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commentsSunflowers
E Hamburg purchased this artwork. 5/16/2012 | 10:12 AM

This print is one of those that looks great on the website, but infinitely better in person. The color and texture make this one of the most eye-catching prints I own-- the sunflowers jump off of the page. Another reason I enjoy this print it because, although the sunflowers are certainly an uplifting and positive image, they are also a bit moody-- I like that it's more complex than the standard still life of a couple of flowers. The artist's work is lovely and thoughtful, and I also must give props to UGallery for producing a very nice print.

Carolyn Schlam 3/14/2011 | 2:12 PM

Welcome Viewers. I am happy to be joining UGallery and welcome your feedback on my work. My next major gallery show will take place at the Cameron Gallery in Dallas, Texas opening May 21. The show is entitled "Full Exposure: The Heart of the Feminine Oil Ink Glass by Carolyn Schlam" and will features visions of women in paintings, drawings and work in glass and ceramic. You will find some interesting cross-media represented too like reverse painted, stained, fused and painted glass coupled with metal, ceramic and found objects. I invite all Texans to come and view the show. Please write with any questions, comments, or requests you may have. In addition to the pieces offered for sale here, you may commission a piece in a any of the media I work in. Enjoy, and thank you for looking!