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People of NC Portraits

Portraits of the People of North Carolina


Colonial Sisters With Dolls NC

“The motif of the human figure in a dialogue with natures light and colors.”

In these new paintings I will be portraying the people of North Carolina in their environment and activities, representing a time and history of our beautiful state.

“These paintings are inspired by IMAGES in my mind, people that I meet, places that I visit.” Clina Polloni. Contact Clina for information.

Portraying the People of North Carolina

Information about these paintings:

“Portrait of a Southern Gentleman”. Thomas C. Allen II – 24″x 30″. My husband.

“A Child Last Goodbye”. A child of North Carolina, the day of the funeral of his grand father. An honored veteran of the United States.

“The Gourd Artist”. 24″x 30″. This oil painting is in honor of all the gourd artists of NC that works their craft in silence. Click here for information and instructions >>

“Weaving the Yarn At The Tar River NC”, Oil painting – 24″x 36″. Inspired by this lady weaving her yarn at the Tar River in North Carolina. This painting is in a private collection.  Click here for larger images and learn how to paint it >>

“Colonial Sisters With Dolls NC”. Oil painting 30″x 40″. Beautiful faces of sisters, proud of their homemade dolls. Click here for instructions >>

“Cooking On An Open Fire In NC”. Oil painting 30″x 40″. Inspired by my great admiration of the pioneers that came to this land. Click here for larger images and learn how to paint it >>

“The Lady of The Plantation”, Oil Painting – 18″x24″. A lady dressed in white in her southern plantation garden, NC. Instructions and Supply >>

“Sisters Love”. 16″x 20″. Painting of two sisters sharing their love with red poppies. Instructions and Supply >>

“Man fishing in North Carolina”, 9”x 12”. This is a small painting designed for the painting classes, inspired by the old South. Instructions and Supply >>

“Sisters Chatting”, 9″x 12″.

“The Lost Colony” – 16”x 20”. 1587 Eleanor Dare waiting for her father John White. 117 English men, women and children came ashore on Roanoke Island to establish a permanent English settlement in North America. To learn more, click here >>

“Dreams of a Lady in Pink”, 16″x 20″. A young pioneer girl dreaming about her future life and home.

Clina’s paintings are for sale at her studio, The Renaissance Centre for The Arts in Wake Forest and The Franklin County Art Council, NC.


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Artists Guild Team Leader of the Franklin County Art Council and Member of the Wake Forest Guild of Artists. North Carolina.

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