Spring Flowers

​Born into a culture of New York artists, art was the fabric of her family. Today, her focus is creating soothing renderings and heighten awareness of natural surroundings and relaxation.

Her highly regarded works introduce a blend of realistic and abstract views of nature and movement. In addition, many of her exhibitions feature a distinctive collection of texture and ​refinement.

According to Lori Dubois, her style is a transitional blend of coastal and abstract works. The portrayal of seascapes provides a natural element, while the abstracts presents the opportunity for personal interpretation of how the art speaks to you. This “transitional” style provides a timeless expression of relaxation and subtle refinement. 

Dubois feels investing in art which instills relaxation provides a landscape rich in beauty and sustainability!

Often, one painting can transform the setting to appear as if the room was built around the art!

“For me, the definition of Art is finding meaning behind the beauty; or, an awareness of the emotion derived from the experience.”

I think the movie “The Notebook” captured the essence of art in the particular scene where the elderly wife, suffering from Alzheimer's, admires a stunning view of the sunset on the lake from her window, and exclaims: "it’s the most beautiful sight you could ever see"... as her husband adoringly gazes directly at her, not the lake, and states… "It sure is!” 

Essentially, it’s an emotional indulgence where time stands still for a fleeting moment. 

Dubois’ award-winning art has been juried by highly renowned museum curators and artists and represented at esteemed venues and institutions including: (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NY and the NYC Architectural Digest Home Design Show and HGTV). 


Maritime 

STATEMENT 
Style and color spectrums are spontaneous and reflect passion for the freedom of creative response.  With a flair for the usage of fluid color and movement, "I never know which direction the painting will take until it begins to take form and assume personality". Within each work, the intent is to engage emotion, curiosity and perspective. 

"I’m grateful my imagination has always been my compass."

Contact:: Camelot8899@yahoo.com

Willow

Blue Forest

Affiliations

1stdibs.com
​Area Artists.com
Art Society of Old Greenwich, Old Greenwich, CT 
Carriage Barn Arts Center, New Canaan, CT  
Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County 
Darien Art Center, Darien, CT 

EMillions Art Gallery
Fairfield County Arts Association
FCBuzz.Org Arts & Culture of Fairfield County 
Greenwich Art Society, Greenwich, CT 
John Richard Art (Wayfair)
Katonah Museum of Art, NY
Loft Artists Association, Stamford, CT
Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Larchmont, NY   
Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT  
New Rochelle Art Association, NY
Northern Westchester Artists Guild, NY
Pequot Library, Southport, CT 
Ridgefield Guild Of Artists, Ridgefield, CT 
Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT
Stamford Downtown Artwalk, Stamford, CT
Westport Merchant Association, Westport, CT

Curated Exhibits: 
​Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY, The Mattatuck Museum, The Greens at Cannondale, Wilton, CT, Meadow Ridge, Redding, CT, Greenwich Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Bendheim Gallery, Stamford Art Association, Stamford Ferguson Library, Stamford Loft Artists Gallery, Westport Art Society, Art Society of Old Greenwich, Pequot Library, Carriage Barn Arts Center, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Darien Arts Center, New Canaan, Saint Aloysius Parish and the NYC Architectural Digest Home Design Show.


About The Artist 

GREATEST INFLUENCE

“My mom was an amazing artist who painted murals on walls in the 1970’s. She painted beautiful gardens with trees, wildlife with birds and butterflies… absolutely life-like. She was truly talented and very creative. She rarely copied anything; she would invent the scene and you could actually watch it unfold before your eyes. Her passion included florals and landscapes. My mom was always working on something creative and made us a part of it, by demonstrating how to cultivate ideas into something of beauty; that’s how she described art.