Exhibits, etc.

San Francisco Art Association Annuals, 1930-40;
Rotunda Gallery, San Francisco, 1945-1950;
Oakland Art Gallery Annuals, 1930-50;
East Bay Art Association, 1944;
California Watercolor Society, 1944;
13 Watercolorists;
California Palace of the Legion of Honor:
United Nations Exhibition of American Art, 1945;
Winter Invitationals, 1958-1960;
San Francisco Art Commission Purchase, 1987;
Glastonbury Gallery, San Francisco, 1986-1987;
Valley Art Gallery, Walnut Creek, 1988;
Berkeley Store Gallery;
Smith Anderson Gallery, Palo Alto 1989;
Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, 1992 (year-end exhibition);
Denenberg Gallery, 1993;
Bohemian Club exhibitions;
Hauk Fine Arts, Pacific Grove; Epperson Gallery, Crocket, 2000; College of Holy Names, Oakland, 2001 retrospective;

Logan and Carey Graphic Arts, Paul Carey, president

U.S. Extension Division
California College of Arts and Crafts, Assistant Professor, 1950s.
San Francisco Art Institute, advisory board, 1960s.

PAUL CAREY (American, 1904-2001)

Paul Twohig Carey was born in Palo Alto in 1904, to George J. and  Lucy Twohig Carey. His paternal Grandfather, Patrick Carey (1828-1927), immigrated with his family to California circa 1872 from Limerick, Ireland, and ranched in the Calaveras Hills in the East Bay. Carey grew up in a home on Lytton avenue in Palo Alto, near Stanford University and had his his first art lessons from a neighbor, John Stanton, who was dean of painting at the Hopkins Institute in San Francisco. Carey attended Palo Alto schools, the University of Oregon, and the San Francisco School of Fine Arts. He lived and worked in the Bay Area for his entire life, painting and operating a graphics design studio in San Franciso, Logan & Carey. His wife, Stanleigh White Carey, was a pianist. He diedon July 17, 2001, at the age of 96.

Sausalito Drydock, 1986