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    The late Carolyn Barnard enjoyed painting iconic scenes of her beloved Wisconsin: Lambeau Field, Kaaps, St. Norbert College, Heritage Hill, Bay Beach and the Wisconsin Capitol among many others.
    Her art training started on Thursday mornings at the Green Bay Neville Museum and her creative talents were developed with mentors such as the University of Wisconsin Professor Michael Kazar, Bill Juhre, and the Chinese master Dong Kingman.
   Carolyn was the first Green Bay artist to be included in the prestigious American Watercolor Society exhibit in New York and in the nation's Bicentennial Exhibit in Washington D.C.
    Her paintings have brought lasting joy to many homes.