"As a child, one of my biggest thrills was receiving a new 48 count box of crayons. I absolutely couldn't wait to break them out. I feel the same today. There is nothing more fulfilling than squeezing out the paint and creating something beautiful."
Karla Langley is an emerging artist, working in a variety of mediums, including oil, watercolor and mixed media. She has had the privilege to study with several artists such as Doris Perry and Sue Hood. Currently, she is receiving instruction from local artist and teacher, Susan Ripp.
In the past, Karla has displayed her art in local festivals. Currently her work can be seen at Highpoint Furniture, and she is participating in a group exhibit at the Bankhead House, both located in Jasper, Alabama.
Her art can be found in private collections in Texas, Wyoming, Tennessee and Alabama.
Karla is a lifelong resident of Alabama where she resides with her husband, Jim. They have 4 children and 3 grandchildren.