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 Carl Krabill  (1930 - )

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Lived/Active: Ohio/North Carolina      Known for: painting, teaching

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Biography from Gallery C:
Carl Krabill was born in East Canton, Ohio in 1930.  He graduated from East Canton High School in 1948 and attended Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio where he obtained a degree in business administration.  After graduating from college in 1952, he served four years in the U.S. Air Force, and upon discharge enrolled at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.  Krabill returned to Ohio to study in the Art Teachers’ Program at Kent State University, graduating in 1959.

From 1960 to 1985, Krabill taught art classes in the Shaker Heights school system located in Shaker Heights, Ohio.  In conjunction with teaching, he studied with Ellen Johnson and at Oberlin College with Forbes Whiteside, who influenced his painting career.

Krabill decided to pursue a Master’s Degree in painting and returned to Kent State where he graduated in 1985.  He also taught classes at the Cleveland Institute of Art and Case Western Reserve University.

Krabill retired from teaching in 1995 and began painting full-time. His first one-man show took place at the Cleveland Playhouse Gallery in 1967.  Traveling extensively, he has captured the landscapes of Maine, Nantucket, England (Yorkshire and Devon), France and Holland as subjects for paintings. He divides his time between the rolling hills of North Carolina and Ohio, where both environments serve as inspirations for his paintings.

He received the American Council of Learned Societies’ grant, and, in 1966, was awarded a Juror’s Mention for a painting in the Cleveland Museum of Art Show.

Krabill, Carl. Interview. 2001.

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