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.
Information and enquiries:
Lahaina Galleries At Fashion Island
1173 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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London, calling once again!
For the second summer in a row I’ve had the pleasure and honour of painting “live” at the Graham Fine Art gallery in London’s Crouch End. Continue reading “Live from London, It’s Caroline Zimmermann”
Founded in 1621, the University of Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic gardens in Great Britain and one of the oldest scientific gardens in the world. It has one of the most diverse yet compact collections of plants in the world and contains over 8,000 different species, including… poppies! Continue reading “A Day at Oxford Botanic Garden”
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”
Sunflowers speak to me of happy and content memories in my family’s garden in Anaheim.
As a child, I would lose myself for hours helping my mother and father with their various tasks of tending their large backyard garden.The mild weather in Southern California made for a botanical paradise for my parents. Both are originally from Europe and they would marvel at the growing conditions as all seasons of the year brought forth their bounty. Continue reading “Waves of Inspiration: Sunflowers”
The Biltmore, Four Seasons Resort in Santa Barbara, famous for its historic beauty, brunch, and views, is home to an exciting new venue for Caroline Zimmermann paintings!
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This year, our quest for Sunflowers in Provence did not disappoint. The warm spring in Europe conspired to bring many fields to an early bloom, much to my delight!!!
Most fields are still early, but with some creative off-road driving by John in our Panda, we were able to approach fields only accessible by tractors and farm vehicles.
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