For Carolyn Talbot Hoagland (1921 – 2013), art was an essential part of life. She worked in oil, pastel, watercolor, clay, and paper making. She studied at the Dayton Art Institute, Scott Carbee School of Art in Boston, Michigan State University, Lansing Community College and various arts workshops across the country. Carolyn’s paintings were accepted for many juried shows in Michigan and nationally. She enjoyed life drawing and portrait work and shoreline scenes. She was a summer resident of Glen Arbor for 30 years until her death last September. In addition to her career as a visual artist, Carolyn supported the arts in many ways. Carolyn’s family is honoring her artistic legacy with this exhibit. Her work will not be for sale but the public is welcome to attend.