photographer, painter, & author
David Boyd is hosting Carla as a guest in his studio
Author of 14 books, painter, pastel and watercolor artist, poet and photographer, Carla Cook Smith is the creator of "Waiting for the Train," a watercolor which has raised over $100,000 nationwide in support of breast cancer; raising funds for the American Cancer Society, Breast Cancer Survivors Network, Relay for Life, breastcancer.org, Breast Friends for Life, the Susan G. Komen, the Atlanta 2-Day Walk and more. The painting serves as an inspiration to breast cancer survivors and hangs in private and public collections (including hospitals and women's imaging centers across the nation).
Carla is also an award winning photographer and the founder of the Simple Pleasures Photography Competition, a charitable event which has supported historic preservation since 2009.
Ms. Smith's photography will be featured at The Boyd Gallery on East Washington Street in downtown Newnan along with prints of "Waiting for the Train" and copies of her new book, "Parakeets in Whitesburg" which is an epilogue to the murder in Coweta County.
During the Studio Tour
Carla will have her photographs on display.
She will discussing the importance of good photo composition.
Her photographs wil be for sale.
Her latest book will be available for sale and she will be happy to sign them for attendees.
Payment Types Accepted
Cash, Check, Credit and debit card
Carla's links are under construction.
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
phone: 770-630-5961 call or text
Carla is a guest artist at David Boyd's studio located at
14 East Washington Street Newnan, GA
Contact Carla for classes.
Before and After the Tour
Contact Carla at email@example.com
or by phone at 770-630-5961
directions to 14 E. Washington
From 85, get off at the Newnan exit, onto Bullsboro (right if coming from Atlanta and left if coming from Columbus) Bullsboro turns into Jackson Street stay in the left lane. Turn left staying on Jefferson St. Go about 1/8 mile and turn left on Madison street and go 2 blocks and turn right on Perry Street. The gallery is in the corner of Perry and E. Washington and public parking is on the left.