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07 April . 2017

The Sienna House now showing new watercolors by Carol Sue Witt

In addition to being an awesome recreational amenity for residents and a friendly welcome center for visitors, The Sienna House also showcases art created by local Austin area artists.

The newest exhibit at The Sienna House features watercolors of Texas scenes by Carol Ann Witt, who has painted since she studied art at the University of Maryland in the 1960s.

Witt's art is on display (and for sale) at The Sienna House

Witt's art is on display (and for sale) at The Sienna House

Carol and her husband lived in McKinney in North Texas for many years, and moved to the Austin area four years ago to be closer to their grandchildren. She is currently first vice president of the Waterloo Watercolor Group, which has about 115 members in the Austin region.

Carol says that watercolor is her favorite medium. “It is also considered the most difficult medium for painting, because there’s no going back over it,” she says.

"The Star" on display at The Sienna House

"The Star" on display at The Sienna House

The diverse group of Carol’s new watercolors at The Sienna House shows her newest passion for subject matter: the people, places and animals of the Lone Star State. “I love painting scenes of Texas. I can’t paint enough of them fast enough,” she says.

Witt's artwork on display and for sale at The Sienna House

Witt's artwork on display and for sale at The Sienna House

If any visitor to The Sienna House falls in love with one of Carol’s watercolors and wants to make it part of their home in Rancho Sienna or elsewhere, the good news is that they are all available for sale. If you're interested in purchasing any of Carol's pieces, please email carolsuewitt@gmail.com or call 972.529.0549.