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Carroll Kehne, Jr. was born in Frederick, Maryland.. He attended local schools and graduated from Frederick High School in 1956. Carroll graduated with a bachelor's degree in Fine Art from MICA, Baltimore, MD in 1960 and was employed by the J.E. Smith Packaging Company, Baltimore, MD as a package designer. He was recruited by the Frederick County Board of Education to teach art education at Brunswick High School in 1962. He later transferred to Governor Thomas Johnson High School and taught junior and senior high art till 1972. He taught art at the senior high level for a total of 10 years. While teaching, Carroll continued his own education and receiving his Masters Degree in Art Education, from Towson University. He designed a childrens picture book, A Tug of War while doing his masters project. Carroll was recruited in 1972 to become the Supervisor of Art for the Frederick County Public School System for 25 years. He has always had an interest in doing series artworks and completed several one-man shows in Frederick, MD. Carroll then continued his work as an artist at home after retirement, working on watercolors, woodcut printing, and collecting old prints. He moved with his wife, Donna, to Stevensville, Maryland, located on Kent Island, MD. It was there, near the Chesapeake Bay, that the idea and concept for Buried Treasure, a Pirate's Tale originated. It was picked up by Tidewater Publishers and has now been bought out by Schiffer Publishers. Carroll and Donna moved back to Frederick County, MD in 2011. Carroll has continued his interests in printmaking, painting, graphics and writing. His past silkscreen showing titled ?In the Beginning? is the graphics illustrating his new book, Mommy, who made Earth? Mr. Kehne has always volunteered through out his career for his community and arts education. He is Past President of the Maryland Art Education Association and a founding member and Past President of the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, Md. Presently, he serves as President of his HOA in Middletown, MD. His love for the arts and community shows in all his works. He is married to Donna Price Kehne and has two children; Kevin and his wife Cindy and Kelisa Kehne-Cliff and her husband CJ.
As a writer and artist, I'm very interested in submitting my newest picture book to the world communities who maintain a Christian life and support reading to their young children. I hope to reach this community by finding and submitting this publication to entities who will enjoy the rewards of partnerships and publication. I wish to allow parents of young children in many countries to read, discuss and question the very first document in the Bible, Genesis. Through my book, children will have better retention using my adapted words with auditory and visual integration for better comprehension of the first seven days of Earth.

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