(1911 - 2004)
Carol Pyle Jones was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Carol Jones is known for architecture, nature, abstraction.
Following is the artist's obituary, submitted July 2004, by Michael Pyle Jones, son of the artist. The obituary was published by the Boyd Funeral Home of Westchester, Pennsylvania.
Carol Pyle Jones Fry, 93, of West Marlborough, died Sunday, July 25, 2004 in a motor vehicle accident near her home, Walnut Green.
She was the wife of the late Russell B. Jones and the late Guy Fry and daughter of Irwin W. and Gertrude M. Pyle of Walnut Green Farm, Brandywine Summit, PA.
Carol has a lifelong love of horses, foxhunting and the Arts.
She was an artist, the recipient of many Awards, including the Gold Medal of Honor from the American Watercolor Society and was elected a member of the National Academy of Design where her work is in its permanent collection. She also was elected as a member of the Dolphin Society. Her paintings hang in the permanent collection of the University of Delaware, the Wister Institute and the Delaware Art Museum and many private collections.
She served for many years on the Board of the West Chester University Foundation. She was a member of the London Grove Meeting of The Society of