Rastafari - Inspiration --- Paintings, Rani Carson

Rani Carson studied with New York painter Herman Rose, graduated from Barnard and Brookyin Colleges,
lived in Paris and studied paintings in museums in Europe.
She has exhibited her works in numerous selected one-person and group exhibitions both in the United States and in Jamaica.
She is a Professor of Art at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood, N.Y., Director of the Art Gallery there,
and has also taught at the Edna Manley School for the Visual Arts in Kingston, Jamaica.

She divides her time between her home in Riverhead, N.Y., and her home in Oracabessa, St. Mary, Jamaica.


Selected One Person Exhibitions:

1995 Vorpal Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1993 Chelsea Galleries, Ltd., Kingston, Jamaica West Indies
1983 Allan Stone Gallery, NYC


Selected Group Exhibitions:

2001 Annual National Exhibition, National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston, JWI
2000 Annual National Exhibition, National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston, JWI
1999 Annual National Exhibition, National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston, JWI
1984 "Art Against Apartheid", Abyssinian Baptist Church, NYC and the Westbeth Exhibition Space, NYC
1980 "Interior/Exterior", Figurative Artists of Park Slope, Community Gallery, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY and Henry St. Settlelment, NYC


Publications and Interviews:

March, 1998 Newsday, Long Island Edition
May, 1993 Sunday Gleaner, Pure Class, Jamaica, West Indies


 
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