Carole Böggemann-Peirson loves to paint ‘alla prima’ on location to spontaneously capture ‘a moment in time’. Afterwards, she uses these plein-air (outdoor) paintings as inspiration and reference material for larger studio works. In the studio, Carole uses the classic technique of ‘glazing’ (transparent layers of oil paint on top of a monochrome underpainting) which gives luminescence to her paintings of still life, landscapes and flowers. Carole teaches plein-air painting, and passes on the tradition of the glazing technique through classes, workshops and private lessons. She occasionally accepts a commission.