The Fine Art Encounter

1 hour 30 minute virtual event

Event short description

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Hosted by Caroline Karp Artist

You’ve never been to 3D virtual art exhibition like this before! Be engaged with the artist to talk about art. It’s your choice... Have the artist LIVE guiding you OR navigate the online gallery on your own. There is pre-recorded commentary by the artist and curator to enjoy. It's a spark of joy!

Virtual event

This host typically use zoom, but we can integrate with other systems.

Group size

This event supports 1 - 50 participants.

Group participation level

Low - Guests can sit back and watch this event.

Event duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Full details

How it works

Prepare to have your senses ignited in a way you may not have had before. You will join the artist via a zoom link. The artist will then share a screen to bring the participants to the virtual 3D gallery. The experience is fully curated and allows for interaction between the participants and viewers. The more questions asked, the richer the encounter. Participate in an interactive questionnaire. Experience Offerings:

  • The Sparktacular Fine Art Encounter: the artist shows up live
  • The Fine Art Encounter: the participants navigate the gallery on their own with the ability to listen to the curator and artist's notes

This host supports the following options:

  • Breakout rooms
  • Pre-assigned teams

How to join

This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom

Prefer to use your own platform? This host supports the following options:

  • Zoom

Other things you will need to join:

  • Link to this event, provided after purchase
  • Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
  • Internet connection
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Your host Caroline Karp Artist

Being a performance artist at heart has led me to travel and paint establishing studios in DC, Kauai and my home base of Tampa Bay. My artwork takes on the flavor of the area reaching collectors that are in tune with the energy of expression being put out.

As an observer of the land, the sea, the weather and the buildings, I embody the essence of the experience into my art.

When in front of an audience whether I’m painting, hosting a podcast or retreat I create a sacred space. People are invited to share their hearts and souls, be authentic, feel connected and allow creativity to flow. I capture places and moments using an expressionistic perspective. I pull away from the realness intuitively focusing on suggestions of objects and how they interact with nature, light and even sound. I enjoy watching them notice how the light is hitting something at different parts of the day.

In some ways, my life has been about four things. Art, spirituality, nature and the well-being of humankind. For me, making a painting is like falling in love. My work tends to be bold, and a lot of passion and emotion comes along with the process. It is the journey into the uncertainty, and it is an awakening of the heart.

I'm honored that my paintings have been commissioned by people all around the world and hang on walls including celebrities such as super model Kate Upton and MLB player Justin Verlander.

I host a weekly podcast called, Behind the Art Inspiration. It’s a conversational-style podcast where I show a sneak peek into the studio practices of all types of international artists.