After a ten year career in business, including private, public and non-profit accounting, I found myself without a 10-key for the first time in years. I was staying at home, enjoying my two children & losing my mind at times, when I decided to get back out my oil paints that I had only longingly stared at over the past decade. This where it began...I was painting almost everyday and I was seeing my style develop and even improve a little.
I now paint with both oil and professional acrylics. I have found my inspiration in the classic impressionists and more modern abstract/impressionism.
I truly love to paint... sometimes composing a painting in my head for months before I can get it out with any clarity. Painting changes the way you see the world. I am constantly translating life into a painting so I can capture the mystery of the moment on canvas.
Cari Humphry is an Arkansas artist residing in the beautiful Ozark Mountains in the Northwest corner of the state. Her favorite subjects – cows, pigs, chickens – are common, if not foundational, to everyday life in the Natural State.
Cari's work has been featured in Country Living®, AT URBAN, and the Arkansas Cattleman's Association Magazine. Her work also has been seen in Southern Living and Arkansas AT HOME