Carlyle Raine has B.A. degrees from the University of Missouri, Columbia and William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri. At William Jewell she has taught art classes as an Adjunct Professor (1988-2006). She is a member of the Kansas City Artists Coalition. Her paintings have appeared at solo, group and juried exhibitions in the greater Kansas City area, Columbia, Missouri, Chicago, Illinois and New York City.

In 1991, a national painting grant from The Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation of Brooklyn, New York permitted Carlyle and nephew Philip Jones to complete a series of large paintings titled “Free Fat Sister,” one of which remains in the Humour of the Peoples Collection, House of Humour and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria. More recently, she has completed a comprehensive body of work “The Etruscans Revisited: Turning The Underworld On Its Head,” which comprises nearly four dozen pieces. For several years Carlyle has contributed to the annual Ceres Gallery exhibitions in New York City; in 2006 her piece “The Etruscan Dreamer: Backside” was included in the 7th National Juried Exhibition, juried by Cora Rosevear, Curator of Painting at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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