2019 Art Shows & Exhibitions
DICK'S DRIVE IN ART SHOW - 65th Anniversary, Queen Anne, Seattle
SKIN & SOUL TATTOO, Bellevue, WA 6-9P
Mini Canvas Painting Art Showing + 2 more amazing female artists showing their work!
ART WALK SNOHOMISH - See myself and a half dozen other artists live painting during the art walk. Kla-Ha-Ya Park, Snohomish 4-7P
'50 50 FOR AUSTEN' - Charity fundraiser benefitting the Austen Everett Foundation. Lagunitas in Ballard 5-8P
Donated Jimi Hendrix skateboard deck painting
BELLTOWN ART WALK 6-9P
Vue Lounge 2326 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
MARCH 4 - MAY3:
THE SISTERS RESTAURANT- The Art of Carrie Milburn M-F 7-4P
2804 Grand Avenue Everett, WA 98201
About the Artist
Hello, and thanks for reading a little about me.
I am a lifetime resident of historic Snohomish, Washington in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. I'm very fortunate to live in such a great community that supports me along my journey of creating art.
I've explored a lot of mediums the past few years and have fallen in love with painting, on both canvas and wood. I've no formal training but am educating myself on techniques and am pushing myself to develop a style that will turn heads.
I work both big (up to 5') and small (paintings as small as 2") and everywhere in between.
I live in a 118-year old farmhouse near downtown Snohomish, Washington with my husband of 16-years, Ted, and our 4 chickens. I also have a wonderful stepson, Nathan, 23.
In my spare time I enjoy gardening, traveling, live music, animals of every kind, friends and nature.
I enjoy giving back to my community and I try to donate various works of art to local charities/causes throughout the year.
I'm an advocate of suicide awareness and have participated in fundraising for the Out of the Darkness walks. I volunteered at Everett's Gospel Mission from 2014 -2016 and truly enjoyed the humbling experience. As I get older I truly love giving back to my community.
Currently my husband and I are active with Washington's Adopt-A-Highway program. We have adopted two stretches in my hometown of Snohomish, WA through the year 2021. You can see signs along this stretch of road dedicated to the memory of my brother, Corey Whitney.
Creating art brings me great joy, and I hope that joy carries on to you, through it.