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21 01 2014

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Carolyn Collins Featured Artist at Edo Popken of Switzerland

21 01 2014

Carolyn Collins Featured Artist at Edo Popken of Switzerland

David Call of Alchemy Arts discusses recent works by Carolyn Collins Photography with an interested guest during a special event at Edo Popken of Switzerland. Follow Carolyn on Facebook – just click on the photo and LIKE her FB artist page!

Your chance to win this limited edition art piece! Underground 2012

26 01 2012


Local accomplished photographer, Carolyn Collins, has graciously offered a signed, limited edition print of her work “The Sofa” to be used as a raffled prize give-away to a random VIP ticket holder during Underground 2012 on Saturday, February 11th. This gorgeous piece (24″x36″ framed to 30″x43″), which retails at $1,000, was a featured work exhibited during the 11/11/11 grand opening of Omni Hotel Dallas Convention Center and was featured on UtopiaPkwyArts by Gina Marie Dunn (Dallas Arts Director for Origin Magazine). “The Sofa” is one of several works in Carolyn’s ongoing Conceptual Portraits collection and is currently on display within the collective works that represent this years Underground event at the Janette Kennedy Gallery (Southside On Lamar). More of her Conceptual Portraits are currently exhibited at Kettle Art Gallery in Deep Ellum, and at Classic Pilates Studio in Turtle Creek. You can see more of Carolyn’s work at carolyncollinsphotography.com

As a veteran live artist for Underground, I truly appreciate all the hard work, love, and undertakings that ArtLoveMagic and businesses put into this annual explosive 2-week event, showcasing the visual and performing arts of so many ‘undiscovered’ talents! You’ll also be treated to a few you know very well, AND if you purchase a VIP ticket, well… let’s just say that you’re getting far more ‘Bang For The Buck’!!!!! AND you don’t even have to be present to win! (although, you’d be missing out on an amazing night) Free preview night this Friday, Jan 27th. Exhibit open every day/night thru Feb 10th. Your VIP ticket gets you in an hour early to the main event on Feb 11th (plus all you can drink/eat, free shwag & special performances in an exclusive area). Hurry, though… just a few VIP tickets left! All info available at undergrounddallas.com AND you can keep up with all the incredible featured talents, specials, etc…

Underground 2012 community page on Facebook
Free Underground Preview Night (Jan 27th) & two-week exhibit Jan 27th-Feb 11th) FB event post
Underground 2012 main event post for the grand finale event Feb 11th

The Sofa

(c) Carolyn Collins Photography 2011, all rights reserved
giclee print on archival matte paper
Limited Edition of 25 prints

Reflections and Perspective

30 12 2011

Reflections and Perspective.

The Seven Project’s collaborative art exhibit for a cause!

2 11 2011

I have the honor to be a part of this incredible collaborative art project, which has evolved into the most amazing event to support a very worthy cause! Classic Pilates Studio is hosting the silent auction of seven unique collaborative art pieces by The Seven Project, as well as new and exciting individual works by the project’s collaborative artists and our guest artists for the evening, Frankie Garcia III and Renee Vandevere.

This Saturday’s exciting event will take place in the Turtle Creek area of Dallas, Texas and will feature pilates demonstrations, new art, live music by Matt Barron, and an engaging introduction to this event’s beneficiary, The Fine Arts Program at the Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School. Light bites will be generously provided by Shensei.

Visit Art & Seek’s calendar for details of the event. To learn more about the collaborative art project benefitting the Dallas community, visit The Seven Project’s page on Facebook. The project’s artists work and reside throughout North Texas and include Christian Millet, Nix Johnson, Gina Marie Dunn, Taylor Douglas McClure, Liz London, Richard Ross, and yours truly. This project has been a tremdously challenging and inspiring journey for me over the past two months. The project itself has been such a wonderful experience and opportunity for us all. So much so, that we have already begun preparation to lead a new group of collaborative artists in our next project during the spring in 2012!!!


New website launch!

2 11 2011

Visit my new website at carolyncollinsphotography.com! More content being added throughout the week and throughout the next month! Peace and smiles ~Carolyn


7 04 2011

Donated artwork for Artists Healing Japan fundraiser (tsunami relief fund)
This and works by several generous artists will be shown Saturday, May 7th at the 21st annual Asian Festival (read further for event and beneficiary details).

36″ x 24″
paper collage (signed original)
archival 7-color pigment dye ink photographs
hand printed on archival fine art paper
by Carolyn Collins

On September 15th, 2010 I awoke with a dreamvision and quickly sketched it in my journal to create a future photographic paper collage art piece. Little did I know it was just for this purpose until I got a text on March 15th, 2011 asking if I could create/donate something for this special benefit event. My sleepy handwritten journal notes included: “world travelers?… windows to the world?… boat like an Asian slip… misty/foggy… peaceful, still waters… as if having survived a storm.”

This original dreamvision art piece was a 62-hour labor of love to help those in need, the flood victims in Japan. It features 101 photographs I shot in 9 countries. Built from salvaged debris, the boat is carrying survivors from the dark of the storm to the light of relief. Passengers from around the world are also onboard, as we are all in this together. Flags hoisted represent the support from people of all different perspectives. Candles at the top honor those who did not survive the storm, and additional lights are all who seek solutions to render aid and support. Also included are images representing music, art and other forms of creative efforts to help heal those who are suffering. Thank you for helping us help others in need. Peace & smiles ~Carolyn

The Asian Festival will be held for its 21st year on Saturday, May 7, 2011 from 11am-5pm, at the Main Street Garden (1902 Main Street, Dallas, TX 75201)
(event details at http://dallasasian.com/news/the-asian-festival-now-at-main-garden-in-downtown-dallas)

The Japan America Society of Dallas Fort Worth has launched an emergency relief fund that will be used to aid relief and recovery efforts in Sendai, Japan, one of the cities hardest hit by the disaster. Sendai and Dallas have been International Friendship Cities since 1997, and money raised through this fund will be sent to organizations involved directly with relief efforts in Sendai. All contributions are tax-deductible. More about this organization at www.gdaacc.com

Inquiries on this and other donated art, please e-mail artistshealingjapan@gmail.com