Carole Myers traveled a lot during her professional career as an artist, a time that spanned six decades, from 1952 until her death at the age of 82 in 2017. A sketchbook and camera were her constant companions. Myers worked in water media and collage, and she liked to create landscapes from an abstracted perspective.

“Journey,” a career retrospective exhibit of Myers’ work, is on display at the Nave Museum through May 16.

"Riverwalk" created by Carole Myers in 1997

“Riverwalk” created by Carole Myers in 1997.

"Oaxaca III" created by Carole Myers in 1986

"Oaxaca III" created by Carole Myers in 1986

"Fandango" created by Carole Myers

"Fandango" created by Carole Myers

"Thunderbird" created by Carole Myers in 1988

"Thunderbird" created by Carole Myers in 1988

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Elena Anita Watts covers arts, culture and entertainment for the Victoria Advocate. 

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Claudia McCarty

Beautiful work! Colors, composition and textures all there!

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