These original paintings are now available for purchase online, directly from the Virtual Gallery at carolinezimmermann.com.
View all available paintings at Caroline’s Virtual Gallery.
*All paintings are custom framed with Italian molding.
“Earth’s Natural Wonder and Beauty” featuring Caroline Zimmermann, Lorie Wylie, Steve Matson and Cheryl Kline.
Please join 4 amazing artists for an evening of fine art that celebrates Earth’s natural wonder and beauty. View the paintings here.
Saturday, August 18th
4:00 – 7:00 PM
Kindly RSVP: (949) 721-9117 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Newport Beach * Fashion Island
Caroline Zimmermann’s latest water painting “Maui Harbor Reflections” will be featured at her upcoming exhibition at Lahaina Galleries. The painting is also available as a limited edition Giclée print. Come see it in person:
The 42nd Anniversary Event
Sunday May 20, 2018 12:00 – 3:00PM
Lahaina Galleries – Fashion Island
Newport Beach, California
RSVP: 949-721-9117 email@example.com
I’ve painted outdoors and I’ve painted indoors… on location and in studios all over the world. People often ask me: Which do I prefer? Is one more authentic? Is the other easier? Over the years I’m thinking it is all up to the individual, what gets you stoked as a painter, what inspires your process.
Information and enquiries:
Lahaina Galleries At Fashion Island
1173 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
www.lahainagalleries.com firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading “Caroline Zimmermann: Lahaina Galleries Solo Show”
This last weekend I had the honour of exhibiting my work at Lahaina’s 39th Anniversary Show. Along with seven other master artists, we celebrated with some of Lahaina Galleries’ patrons and collectors at a private unveiling the evening before.
All of the works were carefully hung and veiled to provide maximum excitement and anticipation… Continue reading “Lahaina Galleries 39th Anniversary Show”
An exhibition of new works by Caroline Zimmermann at the Lahaina Galleries in Newport Beach, California from March 7, 2015. Continue reading “New Paintings at Lahaina Galleries”
It has been a wet autumn here in Tuscany, and that following a very wet summer. Italy has been inundated by November’s storms adding to the heaviness of an already disastrous olive harvest. Makes for a slightly maudlin mood for the locals. Rainy weather means more time for me in the studio, happily working away… of course, on my newest water paintings. Continue reading “Autumn Reflections from a Tuscan Studio”
Summer’s End at the Hollister Ranch. The Hollister Hoedown Fundraiser returns. Ranch locals come from near and far to carry on a tradition. Once again, I am honored to be included. Continue reading “Hollister Ranch Hoedown 2014”
I’ve often thought of Life as flowing in a spiral current, even more so now as this summer I’ve found myself back in the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts. The decision to return was made on April 1st, and since that day I have been greatly anticipating exhibiting here once again. Continue reading “Return to the Festival of Arts”
Christmas Day 2012. No better way for me to celebrate the holidays than to get my head wet after months in Italy and away from my Pacific Ocean. Continue reading “Winter Surf”
Here we are again, 2012 is almost behind us. Sandra Jones Campbell and I had our annual studio show last weekend, and all conspired to make it a successful event. Sandra’s Studio in Laguna Canyon is nothing short of fabulous and the ideal venue for a holiday party. Continue reading “2012 Holiday Blog”
Also, K2 produced the first women’s specific ski and has a Women’s Alliance program where the women’s products are tested, influenced, skied and promoted by women, for women.
Each year Hollister Ranch stages a Hoedown to benefit a different aspect of their community. It’s one of my favourite events of the year – the setting; one of the most magical coastlines in North America. This year’s theme was environmental sustainability, something The Ranch has been at forefront of for many years. The residents are proud stewards of the land, balancing ecological preservation with agriculture and residential development.
I’ve been fortunate enough to be painting The Ranch for years and always marvel at the changing light and coloring of the seasons. A sacred place indeed, it’s no wonder the Chumash flourished here for millennia.
Though not open to the general public, residents and their guests turn out in large numbers to support the Hoedown organised by more than 50 volunteers.
This year fifty percent of the proceeds from the Art Sale benefited the Hollister Ranch Fire Department.
The Ranch is 14,400 acres of grazing lands, beach bluffs, and open meadows backing up to remote mountains and valleys north of Santa Barbara, and is home to some of the best surf breaks in the world. For many years the surf was only accessible by boat… surfing at the Ranch became the stuff of myth and legend….
For Renzo it’s a chance to run free on the beach, cool off in the ocean and then kick back on a hay bale and listen to some great music…
Hollister Ranch resident Jackson Browne once again headlined the concert line-up this year which always features a surprise guest…
This year the crowd was treated to a ninety minute set by surprise guest Jeff Bridges performing songs and embracing his character from Crazy Heart.
I’m honoured to be included in the Hoedown – it’s my opportunity to give something back to this special part of California and the people who live there.
Photos by John Charles Jopson
Come to my next exhibition “No Bad Paintings, No Bad Waves” in Laguna Beach, August 25, 2012. Mickey Muñoz will be signing his new Patagonia-published book “No Bad Waves: Talking Story with Mickey Muñoz” and showing some of his unique photographs, and we’ll be celebrating his 75th birthday!
View more Hollister Ranch paintings.
Related: Last year’s Hollister Ranch Hoedown (2011)
Summer has at long last come to the Southern California Coast and these last few evenings have been gorgeous enough to tempt me back into the water. In anticipation of my upcoming exhibition at Gallery McCollum, No Bad Paintings, No Bad Waves, where Mickey Muñoz will be signing his new book, we had the pleasure of a sunset surf together at Doheny.
I suppose you could say Mickey has been my “surf mentor” over the years… if you equate “surf” = “life”. Since our first surf session at his beloved Middles in 1984, I have shared many many waves with Mickey – since long before he became my brother-in-law – and looked to him as a role model in how to live Life to the fullest degree.
My Precious Michel Junod Patagonia board has been my favorite for over 16 years…. and a pre-surf waxing up still one of my Life’s greatest pleasures….
Checking the surf… and check out this board: Mickey shapes all his stand-up paddle boards. Fabulous.
Yes, it’s summer, Caroline still wears a wetsuit…
The last time I surfed with Mickey at Doheny was for his 70th birthday.. next month he will be 75!
Still talking Story….
My first wave since surfing in February…
Mickey, of course, dominates…. he is in great form…surfing rings around all of us!
My last wave of the evening with Mickey….
Just a moment to reflect on the simple beauty of a summer evening, fun waves, the company of a good friend, and my last six months.
… and gratitude for John for taking these lovely photos!
Photos by John Charles Jopson
Mickey will be signing his book, “No Bad Waves: Talking Story with Mickey Muñoz” from 3:00PM on, and he’ll be showing some of his unique photographs as well. It will be a very rare opportunity to buy an original photograph by Mickey Muñoz – and celebrate his 75th birthday!
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Related: No Bad Paintings No Bad Waves Blog Post
Preview paintings for the “No Bad Paintings, No Bad Waves” exhibition.
View Caroline’s recent and available works at her Virtual Gallery.
Photos by John Charles Jopson
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