Welcome to the Works of Carl Salter

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Carl's work lives on through this authorized site.

Please browse the many watercolor images of a time not so long ago.

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Over 150 pieces of work are available and shown with a temporary watermark to protect Carl's copyright. Sizes ranging from the traditional triple matted 8X10, full 8X10, 11X17, and 17X22.



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Some numbered prints available.

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Vintage Interiors of Pelham  

2838 Pelham Parkway

Pelham Alabama 35124

(205) 620-1900


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Carl's BIO

   Carl B. Salter (born August 14, 1919; died May 3, 2005) was a display manager at Sears and a self taught artist, known for his paintings of Birmingham landmarks and other scenes of the South. Carl grew up in Georgiana, AL, and served in the Army during World War II. He taught himself to paint in oil, watercolor, and acrylic media. After retiring from Sears in 1980 he focused on his artwork full-time. Working from his home-studio in Crestwood, Carl exhibited as a member of Birmingham, Vestavia Hills, and Mountain Brook Art Associations. Now, after many years, Carl’s work is available here at this authorized site.    

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