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Carol moved to Bandon from Sonoma County, California in 1999. She likens the coastal Oregon weather to that of her native country - Great Britain. Over the years she has been a weaver and spinner, in addition to exploring mediums such as paper making from natural plants; making marbleized and paste papers; various forms of basketry - including making vessels from dried bullwhip kelp; encaustics; oil and cold wax painting and collage. Carol’s latest passion is eco-printing, which is a contemporary application of the traditions of natural dyeing. She produces eco-printed and naturally dyed silk scarves, wall hangings, greeting cards and collages. She is also a member of the Nature Printing Society.
Carol enjoys sharing her artful skills with students who attend classes at Art by the Sea Gallery.


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Earl Robicheaux has been actively engaged in photography for over 21 years and has amassed a stock collection of approximately 500,000 images. Initially concentrating on nature and wildlife he has broadened his endeavor to include travel and scenic images. Since becoming part of the Bandon community these last 12 years, he has been able to capture a lot of precious moments of the Oregon Coast.