Contemporary Impressionist Caroline Jasper’s paintings are “always about the light”, says the artist. “It can dramatize the most ordinary places.” Red is her trademark. Each of her colorful landscape and water scenes begins on red ground, which serves to invigorate visual interaction against loosely applied color marks. Her color expertise plays out in all of her work, from large- scale studio canvases to small plein air paintings.
Paintings by the critically acclaimed artist have been in solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries throughout the United States and her works are held in private, celebrity, public, museum, and corporate collections internationally.
Author of Powercolor-Master Color Concepts for All Media, Watson-Guptill Publications, Painters’ Guide and Color Manual-Strategies for All Media, Caroline Jasper Studio Publications, and DVDs, Color Moves: Painting Water With Oils, Landscape Oil Painting on Red Ground, Dramatic Depth in Painting, and Powercolor Vol. 1,2,3, Jasper’s works and words also appear in North Light Publishers’ book by Sean Dye, Painting with Water-Soluble Oils. She has been featured in periodicals such as Focus Santa Fe, Northlight, Artists’ Magazine, Decor, and American Artist Magazine, including her article, “I See Red”.
Caroline has an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore and is a member of the American Impressionists Society. She has been high school Art Department Chair, Maryland College of Art and Design Admissions Advisory Board member, exhibition juror, gallery and college lecturer. Jasper currently teaches at art workshop venues nationwide and we are excited to welcome her as one of the Master Artists facilitating at the Casa.