Winning Photography Awards!
Nine Brides
Digital Collage*
20x24 (matted)
Flowing Colors VII*
Acrylic on YUPO
40x32 (matted)
Drop of Color
Digital Collage on Photographic Paper
16x16 (matted)
Red Letter Events( above)

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What's New

September, 2008
Florida Watercolor Society
Delray Beach, FL
Demonstration: Fluid Acrylic on Yupo

September 26th and 27 2008
November 6th and 7th
Clearwater, Florida
Subtle and Sophisticated Collage Workshop

January 27th and 28 2009
Plantaion, Florida
Flowing  Colors Workshop

Continuing Classes:

Abstract Experimental Studio Workshop
Alternate Fridays, Year Round
Lakeland, FL

All Media Studio Classes
Tuesday, October to June
Auburndale, FL
Awards and Honors
Three Little Gems  
Bits of Turquoise*- Bits of Beads*
Bits of Rust*
Each of these 12x12 inch collage pieces
are on gallery wrapped canvas made with
hand embellished papers,  and a variety of
objects and ideas.
All In My Head
Mixed Media on Paper
24x24 (matted)
Award Winner
It is always an honor to have an organization invite an artist to
present a solo show. My very colorful one woman show hung at
Blood Bank in Winter Haven, FL. Twenty two paintings were
on display for the months of July and August 2007. The
reception was very well attended. The food was excellent. T-
Shirt design “Drop of Color-Drop of Life” Digital Image, 20x16,
2007 was used during those months during blood drives
Double Delight
International Society of Acrylic
International Society of Acrylic
Painter: Florida (ISAP:FL)
competition. Last year the
painting “Lover’s Knot” won
second place. Earlier that day I
received a phone call from
Ridge Art Association informing
her that she has won Best In
Show in the competition
Creations 2007: A Members
Show for her painting “Renting
Time and Space”.
The The
adventure gets more
adventure gets more and
more rewarding.
more rewarding.

Link to ISAP:FL
Room for a Little Light
28x22 (matted)
Award Winner
Bob: On The Move Again
After winning several awards in Florida, Including Best In Photography, DelRay Beach, the digital image
"Bob Enters the Past" was  hanging in the 2007 International Society of Experimental Artists annual
competition, held this year at the Santa Cruz Art League, California. August/September
Title* indicates that the painting was done as a demonstration.
Media* indicates that the art work is available as a limited edition print. All prints are limited to a maximum of 25 prints.
Award *** Indicates Multiple and/or Major Award Winner
For prices, shipping and all additional information, please contact the artist.
Wall Flowers
Acrylic on Paper
26x26 (matted)
Award Winner***
Bloomin’Arts Festival 2007
“Spring FlingShirt, But
” selected for the festival T-
Shirt, But
“Emotional Content” won the coveted  Best
In Show award. An article appeared in the
local newspaper.
Link to Article
Spring Fling*
Acrylic on Yupo
Award Winner

"Emotional Content"
Mixed Media on Paper
28x22 (matted)
Award Winner***
Renting Time and Space
Mixed Media on Canvas
July 2007
Award Winner***

"Ones To Watch"
Watercolor Magic Magazine
When the first websites were described in computer magazines, I knew I wanted to have one! Several years later in
1999 I got my first copy of "Front Page", a website designing program, I added a tutorial and a stack of
manuals................and they collected dust and fell away to antiquity. I still really, really wanted a website. I bought "Front
Page 2003" and a stack of manual and tutorials, 2005. I installed it for the first time in May of 2007, and cram
sessions began, almost instantly, to be interrupted by the uncontrollable forces of life. Computers entered into a
devious pact of conspiracy. Determination, persistence, and a wallop of stubbornness has begun so reach a degree of
fruition, and the first Carol Frye Art website has been launched
.- September 2007
Death by Chocolate
Ridge Art Association fund raiser was held October
27, 2007. This year’s event l included another “Paint-
A-Round” .  I spearheaded and organized the first
“Paint-A-Round” for the organizations several years
ago. It iwas an honor to have been selected to
participate again, but I had a load of fun and lots
and lots gooey goodies.
Attention Span
Acrylic on Board
30x20 (matted)
Double Day Honors
Two separate competitions, for two separate art
organizations, with two separate judges were held on the
same day in March of 2007. Not only “Best in Show” but an
additional award………in  BOTH COMPETITIONS! What are
the chances!
Left: “Shadow Masters” Acrylic Collage on canvas, Arts on
the Park.  Right: “Lover’s Knot” Acrylic on paper.
Fortunately the receptions where held on different nights.
Watch for the  Website Changes

Major renovaions to this site will begin to occur very soon,
WATCH for them !!
Classes, Workshops and Demonstrations

For contact and information on current workshops and classes see Instruction page.
For more information use the
contact page to contact the artist directly.
New Art
A Solo Show will  hang in the lobby of the
Ridge Art Association Building, Winter
Haven, Florida from January through June.
For details, contact:  Ridge Art Association.
Best in Show  
Lakeland Art Guild, January 2008
"Never Alone"
Diptych) Collage on Illustration Board
36x28 (matted)
Award Winner***
"Jezz Enters the Maya"
Digital Collage on Photographic Paper*
26x16 (matted)
"The Art Of Surf Watching"***
Digital Collage on Photographic Paper*
20x24 (matted)
Patterns and Pears
Acrylic on Canvas
January 2008
Pick-A-Pear II
Acrylic on Canvas
December 2008
Pick-A-Pear IV
Acrylic on Canvas
December 2008
A Few Words From Steve
Mixed Media On Canvas
30x40 on Canvas
January 2008
Now appearing in the December 2007 issue of
Watercolor Magic magazine.

Ones To Watch

For all the details and the opportunity to read
pages from the article click the link Above.
Demonstrations No. 56*
Acrylic on YUPO
32x26 (matted)
Award Winner

"Emotional Content"
was selected for the the invitaion to the Tallahassee Tri-State competion in April 2008
and recieved the M. Graham Award.