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  • “Red Feather 3”Red Feather 3

    (3) 12' x 12" framed alcohol ink on yupo paper with red feather stamp on each image. Grey frame with double white matt.

  • “Red Feather 2”Red Feather 2

    (3) 12' x 12" framed alcohol ink on yupo paper with red feather stamp on each image. Grey frame with double white matt.

  • “Red Feather 1”Red Feather 1

    (3) 12' x 12" framed alcohol ink on yupo paper with red feather stamp on each image. Grey frame with double white matt.

  • “Alcohol Ink Orange & Green 2”Alcohol Ink Orange & Green 2

    (2) 12" x 12" Framed alcohol ink on yupo paper in brown frame with double white matt.

  • “Alcohol Ink Orange & Green 1”Alcohol Ink Orange & Green 1

    (2) 12" x 12" framed. Alcohol Ink on Yupo Paper framed in brown frame with double white matt

  • “Red Tree”Red Tree

    12" x 12 " x 1.5" Alcohol ink on iridescent medium on gallery wrapped canvas, framed in small black wood.

  • “Fun with Alcohol Ink (Blue & Green 3)”Fun with Alcohol Ink (Blue & Green 3)

    (3) 12" x 12" in grey frame with double white matt. Green and Blue & Grey alcohol ink on yupo paper

  • “Fun with Alcohol Ink (Blue & Green 2)”Fun with Alcohol Ink (Blue & Green 2)

    (3) 12" x 12" in a grey frame with double white matt. Blue, Green & Grey alcohol ink on yupo paper.

  • “Fun with Alcohol Ink (Blue & Green 1)”Fun with Alcohol Ink (Blue & Green 1)

    (3) 12" x 12" Framed in grey frame with white double matt. Green, Blue and Grey Alcohol Ink on Yupo Paper

  • “Spring Rain”Spring Rain

    Acrylic pour painting with a clear coat to look like rain. 15" x 30" x 1.5" gallery wrapped canvas

  • “Monty the Cat”Monty the Cat

    Acrylic painting, done on commission, final work was 11" x 14"

  • “Norris Sisters”Norris Sisters

    Charcoal drawing done on commission. Final framed is about 20" x 24"

  • “Tulips”Tulips

    Caran D Ache watercolor pastels. Matted and framed.

  • “Lilly Pads”Lilly Pads

    Caran D Ache watercolor pastels. Matted and framed final size 27" x 33"

  • “Botanical Gardens”Botanical Gardens

    Caran D Ache watercolor pastels. Matted and framed final size 27" x 33"

  • “Tulips (Left)”Tulips (Left)

    (2) 12" x 12" x 1.5" Acrylic with mediums, framed with small thin black float frames. Part of a series of tulips.

  • “Smaller Tulip (Center)”Smaller Tulip (Center)

    6" x 6" x 1.5" tulip showing the same frame as others in the series

  • “Tulips (Right)”Tulips (Right)

    12" x 12" x 1.5" acrylic framed in a black think float frame. This is part of a series of (5) tulips in all.

  • “Field of flowers”Field of flowers

    (4) 10" x 21" x 1.5" Acrylic paintings with mediums

  • “Water”Water

    24" x 36" x 1.5" acrylic with mediums. newest work, will be on display for sale in Oconomowoc at Shorehaven's Center for Life Enrichment.

  • “Reflections”Reflections

    27" x 33" framed and matted. Caran D'Ache Watercolor

  • “Abstract Neon”Abstract Neon

    (2) 30" x 48" x 1.5" gallery wrapped canvas. The photo again doesn't do this justice, bright neon colors on a blue iridescent background

  • “Look Up - Fall abstract”Look Up - Fall abstract

    18" x 24" x 1.5" acrylic with mediums

  • “Starry Night”Starry Night

    24" x 30" x 1.5 this looks amazing under a spotlight.

  • “Drip Flowers”Drip Flowers

    15" x 30" x 1.5" Acrylic

  • “Ketchup and Mustard”Ketchup and Mustard

    (2) 12" x 12 " x 1.5" gallery wrapped canvases. No need to frame color wraps around the edges.

Carole Milos

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Art Studio, LLC
West Allis, WI

(414) 303-8921
cmilos@artstudiowi.com

artist bio

Carole Milos was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and grew up in the suburbs.
She was the youngest of four kids raised by a single mom and her three older brothers.

Demonstrating drawing & painting talent at an early age, Carole devoted much of her childhood to art training and attending art school at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, (MIAD) in the early 1980’s.

In 1986, as Carole’s painting and drawing skills were growing, her health was declining. She was developing severe health problems. After many, many, many, surgeries, and several attempts to go back to finish her art degree, her doctors were recommending another path. That new path led her to put her artistic dreams on hold as she married and raised a family and worked 15+ years at the Better Business Bureau as Director of Administration and Executive Assistant to the President.

As the years passed, her health stabilized and it was clear her love of art never went away, it only grew stronger. Carole would seek out art and artists wherever she was and whatever she was doing.

A few years ago, with the support of her entire family, Carole started to draw and paint again and has slowly and carefully been growing her art skills in a controlled environment. As of March 1st, 2018 Carole started her journey as a full time Artist.

artist statement

"Please join me on my journey of discovery as an artist and maker of things."

“If you're going to buy one piece of art this year, please make it an original work of art to help support the arts.”

~Carole Milos

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