Department of Art Alumni
Carmen Lund MFA '06
Carmen Lund began her art career in Brazil where she lived in the 1970’s. She exhibited annually at the Arte Contemporanea in Sao Paulo, Brazil during the seven years she lived in Brazil and continues to exhibit there.
Since moving back to New York, she has exhibited throughout the United States and parts of Asia and Europe. Her exhibits include a solo show at The Plum Blossom Gallery in Hong Kong where she was the first Western artist represented by this international gallery. Two of her paintings were included in the exhibit, “20th Century Floral Painting” which was held at the Museum of Modern Art in Florida. The show included work by artists such as Matisse and Picasso.
In addition to her public exhibits, Ms. Lund’s work has been shown annually in private settings for the past 25 years. She is included in the worldwide collection of CASPARI, a major card company with headquarters in New York City.
Ms. Lund has received several fellowships from the Virginia Center of the Creative Arts, an international artist’s community. She received a Guidance Certificate from the Guild for Spiritual Guidance in New York after completing a two-year program.
In 1990, Ms. Lund returned to school and received a BA from Purchase College. Her area of focus was visual art, art history and psychology. Currently, she is a Masters candidate in painting, 2006, at WCSU.
Ms. Lund is on the faculty of the Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan, CT. Click here to see The Big Brush, a workshop she designed and teaches regularly. She also teaches privately and group classes in the New York/CT area. She designed a workshop entitled, “The Big Brush.” This workshop supports and enhances creativity for all levels and has been successfully offered to various groups and organizations.