Acrylic on wood, framed in a thin black frame, wired to hang. … [Read more...]
Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas. Sides painted and wired to hang fashionably and easily on wall, unframed. … [Read more...]
Pastel and Graphite professionally framed and wired to hang. 1 1/2" black matte frame. … [Read more...]
Mixed media on wood panel mounted on wood frame. Wired to hang. … [Read more...]
Pastel and Graphite on Illustration Board, framed in a 1 1/2" black matte frame. wired to hang on wall. … [Read more...]
Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas. Sides painted to hang fashionably and easily on wall unframed. … [Read more...]
her artistic career as a billboard artist during a time when billboards
were still climbed and painted. Self taught, this hands on experience in
an industry that required raw talent and plain guts was invaluable, and
also pushed Lori to explore ideas and techniques that were both
non-traditional and experimentive in her artwork.
Lori paints portraits that are fresh and modern. The people she portrays
are real people who celebrate life and dare to be different.
Lori is currently being represented by Gallery 2014 in Hollywood, FL
where she had a solo show with over 35 of her pieces displayed in
May of 2013. Her name has been added to the American Art
Collectors Portrait Artist Directory, and her work has been featured
on the Juxtapoz magazine website.
Lori is an active member of the South Florida Artist Association, the
National Association of Professional Women, and the Portrait Society
of America. She believes in giving back to her community through
herself and her artwork. She recently helped facilitate ArtServe’s
Eco-Art Therapy program at the Sunset School in Fort Lauderdale,
FL, which services children and young adults with emotional and
behavioral disabilities. She also lead a team of artists at the
Coral Springs Museum of Art with their Kaleidoscope program which
brought hands on art activities and a museum experience to local
autistic children. Lori credits her success solely on the efforts of her
grade school and high school teachers who encouraged her to continue
making and expressing herself through art, and hopes to make the same
difference in the lives of local youth.