Claretta White was a well known California Impressionist who lived and worked in Southern California. She won no less than 20 awards in competitive exhibitions, exhibited in the California State Fair, the Frye Museum in Seattle, the prestigious Cowie Gallery in Los Angeles in 1962, and 1964, the Poulson Gallery in Pasadena in 1966, the Haakman gallery in Palm Springs in 1990, and The Grand Central Gallery in New York. Her first major exhibition showed her to be an accomplished painter of figure, portrait, genre and still life with special emphasis on scenes in the lives of ballet dancers. Until now, her work has only been sold through art galleries. But now you can purchase one of these fine remaining canvasses from her previously private collection. (For more information go to Biography).