Carol Douglas paints and teaches in Rockport, Maine.
She has taught plein air painting in Maine, New Mexico, Florida, and New York. She teaches an annual workshop at Schoodic Institute in Acadia National Park, in the Pecos National Wilderness, and two watercolor plein air workshops annually aboard the historic schooner American Eagle. Her daily blog, Watch Me Paint, is ranked one of the Top 75 Art Blogs (number 7) by Feedspot.
Douglas studied with Nicki Orbach, Cornelia Foss, and Joseph Peller at the Art Students League of New York. Her passion is outdoors painting, particularly in wilderness areas. In 2016, Douglas traveled 10,000 miles across Alaska and Canada to paint in the northern backwoods. In 2020, she painted the glaciers of Patagonia. She has also painted in Scotland, Australia, and elsewhere.
Her work has been shown in galleries across the United States. She is represented by Folly Cove Gallery in Rockport, MA and her own gallery in Rockport, ME.
Douglas is a member of the Maine Arts Commission and a former chair of New York Plein Air Painters.