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Carol Williams Cooper is an innovative artist and a creative master teacher with over 25 years experience. Her award-winning artwork is eclectic in both style and subject matter. Cooper has participated in over 40 group and solo exhibitions. Her artwork is in private and corporate collections around the world.

Cooper has two degrees in art. Her undergraduate degree is from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas; her masterís degree is from Texas Womanís University in Denton, Texas. Cooper has studied watercolor with many professional artists across the country and abroad for many years.

Having taught high school art for 12 years (Australia and Texas), Cooper is currently teaching art at NorthWest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, Arkansas. In addition to her college teaching, Cooper conducts watercolor workshops across the country and abroad.

Carol's watercolor book, NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  WATERCOLOR (North Light Books) is available nationwide and in the United Kingdom.   She is also a contributing artist to two other North Light books:  PAINTER'S QUICK REFERENCE:  FLOWERS and SIMPLE AND CREATIVE WATERCOLOR.   

SMALL PAINTINGS - BIG RESULTS (A Beginner's Guide) is Carol's new DVD produced by Palette Productions in 2006.  It is available through Cheap Joe's Art Stuff catalog (1-800-227-2788) or www.cheapjoes.com.