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Carolyne Hawley

(Palm Desert Gallery Only)


"Little Ricky"


"Mother's Day"


"The Babysitter"

"Piggy Back"

"If it Itches, Scratch it"

"Being Sheepish"

"Tiptoe through the Tulips"

"Cock a Doodle Dandy"



"The Sentinel"

"Black Velvet"

"One Cold Cow"

"Bo Bo"

"Bunny Tokens"

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Carolyne Hawley



     Born in the heartland of America, Carolyne Hawley was raised on a rural farm outside Chicago, Illinois. Horses in particular captured her artistic interest at an early age.

     Beginning with sketches and progressing to oils, Carolyne began establishing her future as a renowned equine artist.

     With her young family, Carolyne migrated to Southern California, to settle in the magnificent desert surrounding the Palm Springs area. She continued to pursue her artistic talents, honing in on the powerful interpretations of horses for which she is known, and accumulating an acclaimed collection of Western influence paintings.

     Carolyne attributes a major artistic influence to the late Burt Proctor, a founder of the Laguna Arts Pageant, and has also studied under the tutelage of Emily Touraine, Donald ‘Putt’ Puttman, Martha Sauduk, Neil Boyle and Ron McKee.

     While raising her family, Carolyne focused her artistic attention locally and through venues allowing flexibility, resulting in:

Carolyne resides on a small ranch in the high desert near Palm Springs where she paints in her studio, rides her horse, and teaches workshops in the area.



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