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Carol Rosalinde Drury-Wilson Edit Profile

artist , educator

Carol Rosalinde Drury-Wilson, American artist, educator. Recipient Achievements Prize, National Honor Society, 1977, Artist Prize, Helen Day Art Center, 1998; grantee Artist Grant, Rotary Club, 1977. Member of Alzeimer's Association, Helen Day Art Center, Waterbury Arts Council.

Background

Drury-Wilson, Carol Rosalinde was born on November 29, 1958 in Paris, France. Daughter of Harold Arthur Drury and Louisa Suydam Noble.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, School of Museum Fine Arts, Boston, Master of Arts, 1983.

Career

Educator, art Prison Art Project, Boston, 1981—1983, Young Men’s Christian Association, New York, New York, 1984—1989, Creative Exploration Workshops, Stowe, Vermont, 1991—1996, Drury Studio of Fine Arts, Stowe, since 1997. Artist Alzeimers Association, Morrisville, Vermont, 1993—1996, Waterbury Arts Council, Waterbury, Vermont, 1996—1998, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, Vermont, 1998—2002.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor illustrations to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Alzeimer's Association, Helen Day Art Center, Waterbury Arts Council.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Speaking french, translating language, translating language, displaying art work.

Connections

Married John Damian Wilson, September 1, 1992. 1 child Michael Liam Wilson.

father:
Harold Arthur Drury

mother:
Louisa Suydam Noble

spouse:
John Damian Wilson

child:
Michael Liam Wilson Drury-Wilson