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 Maudee Lilyan (Thames) Carron  (1911 - 1996)



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Lived/Active: Texas/Louisiana      Known for: painting, graphic design, sculpture, set design

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A Texas painter, sculptor, printmaker and set designer, Maudee Carron was born in Louisiana but moved to Port Arthur, Texas as a young girl, sometime before 1925.  Between 1934 and 1935, she took art lessons there from Ola McNeill Davidson.   In New Orleans, she studied with Carmen Sarre, and in Beaumont, Texas, she was a student of James McMurray at Lamar University.  In 1990, she served as guest curator in Beaumont for the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, and did a billboard design for the opening of that museum.

Exhibition venues included the Annual Southeast Texas Artists Exhibitions (1937, 1939) and Annual Houston Artists Exhibition (1936-1939).  She had one-woman exhibitions at the Little Gallery (1940,1945, 1985) and the Gresham Gallery in New Orleans in 1938.  Other venues in Texas were Corpus Christi, Beaumont, Austin, Houston and Port Arthur.  Locations outside of Texas where her work was exhibited include Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Roswell, New Mexico; Mobile, Alabama and Berlin, Germany.

She was a member of the Texas Fine Arts Association, Port Arthur Art Association, Texas Professional Sculptors Association and the Texas Watercolor Society.

John and Deborah Powers, Texas Painters, Sculptors & Graphic Artists

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