2022 News Updates !!
From the Studio/Gallery of Carolyn C.S. Kleinberger
SAVE THE DATE
UP CLOSE FROM A DISTANCE
TWENTY EIGHT PAINTINGS
Thursday, May 12
1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN 55343
Exhibition Runs May 12- June 18th, 2022
I hope to see you there !
A collection of twenty eight paintings created from 2020 - 2022 during the pandemic is on view until June 18th, 2022. A sixteen page full color catalogue of each painting along with the story behind them and information on the artist is available
at Hopkins Center For the Arts.
Artist guided tours upon request.
To order an UP CLOSE FROM A DISTANCE Catalogue
This series of portraits address the alienation of isolation
Carolyn felt during the social distancing of COVID and her drive to recapture a sense of connection with community.
International Woman's Day
March 8, 2022
I am honored to have my painting
To Know the Meaning of Life
chosen as one of the 220 paintings to represent
International Woman's Day
Exhibition and Publication
ARTISTRYTHEATRE AND VISUAL ARTS
I'm honored to announce my painting
Looking to the Future Together
was selected of my son and his fiancé for the upcoming exhibition,
"Come as you Are! " - A Pride Art Exhibition!
Bloomington Center for the Arts.
I was thrilled and honored that my painting
Winter Trees II
was selected for the
48th Annual Northern Lights Juried Exhibition
White Bear Center for the Arts.
There were 608 pieces entered from 278 artists.
Solo Exhibition for Carolyn C.S. Kleinberger !!!
Special Announcement from Hopkins Center for the Arts
Carolyn Kleinberger 'Up Close From A Distance'
This series of portraits address the alienation of isolation Carolyn Kleinberger felt during the social distancing of COVID and her drive to recapture a sense of connection with community. She chose models whose faces, personalities and emotions she knows well - friends, children of friends or, in a couple of instances, family. They differ from each other not only in appearance, but also in terms of backgrounds, life experiences, stages of life and approaches to life. As she worked on each painting in her studio, Kleinberger "felt closer to people whom COVID prevented me from embracing in real life."
Together In a Mudbath
36" x 36" Oil on Canvas
2nd Place - Oil Painting Category
Arts North 27 International Exhibition
Opening Reception January 29, 2022
Hopkins Center for the Arts
1111 Main Street, Hopkins MN
Exhibition is open to the public
through February 12
Dancing with Your Baby
30" x 40" Oil on Belgian Linen
Glen Lake Optimist Club Award
2021 Minnesota State Fair
Umbrellas, Walking Sticks and a Rabbit
16" x 16" Oil on Canvas
Semi-Finalist in Still Life
2021 Art Renewal Center
15th International ARC
As seen in
Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine
Volume 18 | June 2021
36" x 24" Oil on Canvas
2019 Studio Pintura
Spring Juried Floral
View and Shop Original Paintings and Prints
View my extensive gallery of original paintings and prints for sale by clicking on any image below.
Most originals are beautifully framed and ready to hang.
Prices range from $100 to $7,000.
Have a question or need help deciding?
Contact my Fine Art Representative, Joy Wolfe at 612.644.0756.
Gallery Open by Appointment
After more than a year of “no visitors,” I've reopened my gallery for individuals and small groups to experience over 75 of my paintings, displayed in the historic Chauncey Griggs Mansion on Summit Avenue in St. Paul, MN.
COVID-safety measures are being observed: masks are required and a HEPA filter is in operation.
Paintings range in size from 8.5" x 8.5" to 50" x 30" and come from nine different categories of my work including an entirely new series of larger-than-life portraits.
Allow between 30 and 90 minutes for the full experience.
On street parking is always available.
Please contact my fine art representative, Joy Wolfe of Fine Art Advocates to make an appointment. She can be reached by calling 612.644.0756 or by email email@example.com .
I am pleased to welcome you!
The Chauncey Griggs Mansion
476 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55102
Summit Salon is the studio/gallery of Carolyn C.S. Kleinberger
and is located in Unit 4 on the third floor.
Art as an Oasis
Art as an Oasis is a series of occasional postings featuring my art combined with words of wisdom from a diversity of others.
For the most part, my paintings seek to identify and accentuate the beauty in ordinary subjects. In this way, I hope to provide a temporary oasis from both mundane and monumental cares.
Even in the best of times “the world is too much with us, late and soon; we lay waste our powers and for everything are out of tune.”
Quote adapted from The World Is Too Much With Us (Wordsworth)