MILLS, N.Y., Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Carolynne Whitefeather is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a 2017 Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Fine Arts in recognition of her role as Owner of Ohua Design, LLC.
A design studio specializing in fine art, Ohua Design, LLC is based in the heart of Tallahassee, Florida. The exhibits are focused around the research of non-toxic printmaking.
Amassing over fifteen years of experience in her current role as Owner of Ohua Design, Whitefeather specializes in Fine Art Studio for Serigraphy Branding Designs and Art Exhibits. Gallery Directory and Artist in Residence at Barrett Art Gallery in Utica, New York, Whitefeather is the developer and provider of fine arts and cultural exhibits engaging students across the majors for design, production and hosting of exhibits. Having published several works including Southeast Designs, Ho'omeheu, Kokua, The Purple Codexes of Albania and the Murals of Voskopoja, Whitefeather attributes her success to her patience and tenacity, which she believes is vital for an individual's success.
Due to the rigors of the gallery exhibits, Whitefeather has recently retired from this role, but recalls why she excelled at while in the position "I am very dedicated to whatever my project is," Whitefeather said. "I am always on time, a characteristic which makes me a great mentor and teacher. I have been very well-versed in my field and am an inspiration to all who know me."
Throughout the development of her career, Whitefeather has acclimated to various art techniques including; non-toxic printmaking, research and development, image design, visual language, and element design. With the intention of engaging visitors, her exhibits are designed with ancillary projects for the purposes of higher education and student advancement.
Throughout the course of her education and training, Whitefeather attained her Master of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking and Design from the University of Oklahoma. To further her professional development, Whitefeather is a member of the College Art Association and the IWLA Association.
In recognition of her professional accolades, Whitefeather has earned several faculty awards, and has been supported by numerous grants for nearly ten years. The recipient of the Royal Order of Kameameha, Whitefeather is an affiliate of the USSD Art in Embassies program, which brings art to other countries.
When she is not working, she enjoys reading, gardening, and learning about other cultures.
Whitefeather dedicates this recognition to her professional mentor, Catharine T. Carter, Owner of Catharine T. Carter and Associates.
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SOURCE Continental Who's Who