Carol Douglas will be the featured speaker at the quarterly meeting of the Knox County Art Society (KCAS) on Tuesday, March 10. The title of Douglas' talk is “The Wanderings of a Restless Painter: Tips and Tricks from a Road Warrior.” She’ll begin at 7 p.m. in the upstairs conference room / Marianne W. Smith Gallery at the Lord Camden Inn, 24 Main St. The talk is open to the public; the suggested donation is $5.

Douglas is a former chair of New York Plein Air Painters. She has taken extensive painting expeditions across the U.S. and Canada, painted in Scotland and Australia, and leads popular plein-air workshops on land and sea along the coast of Maine. When not on the road, she teaches classes in her studio in Rockport. She also finds time to serve as a member of the Maine Arts Commission and as finance officer for KCAS.

Her work has been shown in galleries across the U.S. She is represented by Camden Falls Gallery (Camden), the Kelpie Gallery (So. Thomaston), Trove on Maine (Thomaston), and Folly Cove Gallery (Rockport, Mass.). Douglas studied with Nicki Orbach, Cornelia Foss and Joseph Peller at the Art Students League of New York.