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Lifetime Fellows

Carol Aronson-Shore, visual artist, Portsmouth

carol aronson shoreCarol Aronson-Shore was born in Chicago, Illinois. In 1980, she moved to New Hampshire to join the faculty of the University of New Hampshire where she taught Painting and Drawing. In 1999, she was honored with the title of Professor Emeritus. Her work has been exhibited in over 130 exhibitions across the country. In 2000, the White House Historical Association selected Aronson-Shore's painting of Sarah Josepha Hale to help celebrate the White House Bicentennial. The painting has become part of the White House's permanent collection and was reproduced in the official White House Calendar. The State Arts Council commissioned many of her pastels and paintings under New Hampshire's Percent for Art Program. In 2001, Aronson-Shore was commissioned to create the painting Symbols of Freedom for the 2001 Governors Arts Award for Distinguished Arts Leadership.

shore artwork

For more information about Carol Aronson-Shore, visit the following websites

 

 

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