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Artist Carol Fryd Exhibits In Santo Domingo

Originally Posted: March 27, 2012


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Artist Carol Fryd at the Galeria Del Museo de la Casas Reales. (Lee Fryd)

Southampton - Well-known artist Carol Fryd was feted at the opening of her one person show "Miami Salsa," at the Galeria Del Museo de la Casas Reales in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on March 21, 2012.

The success of the show prompted Santo Domingo's Museo del Arte Moderno to offer her a one woman show next year. Family and friends gathered to show their support and stayed at the luxurious Hosta Nicolas De Ovando hotel in the Colonial city.

Fryd was a founding member of Miami's women's coop gallery, The Continuum, in the 1960s, which gave a voice to serious women artists, and brought such New York art world luminaries as John Chamberlain, Hans Hoffman student James Billmyer and gallery owner Betty Parsons to Miami. Other one woman shows where Fryd has exhibited include Hamptonite Isabel Barnard Biderman's Madison Avenue eponymous gallery in the 1990s.


Eileen Casey spent many years working in the television and music industries in New York City on the "ABC In Concert" weekly series, as well as several prime time network and cable television specials. An award-winning journalist, editor, and artist, and former Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com, she enjoys staying warm in Charleston and cool in the Hamptons.




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Guest (Rose Foster) from Florida says::
Carol, we are so proud of you and not at all surprised with the success you received in Santo Domingo. Our only regrets are that we couldn't be there with you and share all the glory. Much love, Rose & Harry
Mar 30, 2012 1:44 pm

 

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