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​By Alex Burns

​​GEARY GALLERY Featured Artist July 2016


September is right around the corner, which means a fresh display of local art at our Rowayton brokerage for this month’s “Sunday’s at Sotheby’s” artist reception! The popular town gathering is normally held on the first Sunday of each month, showcasing a variety of local talent, from scenic paintings to photography, drawings and abstract creations. On Sunday, September 4, 2016 from 4-6 PM, it’s all about the beautiful works of local artist Lori DuBois—masterpieces that invoke awareness of one’s natural surroundings and pure relaxation.    More


The Architectural Digest Home Design Show 
Custom Sky Mural, by artist Lori DuBois, for Dacor Luxury Appliances


Dacor provides a full line of innovative luxury kitchen appliance products available through a network of over 1,500 retail locations, Dacor is bringing luxurious appliances to customers throughout North America, and into select countries worldwide.

                                    

ROCKWELL ART AND FRAMING OF WESTPORT

Featured Artist
October 2016 - January 2017


Greenwich, CT  - OCEAN GALA - With master of ceremonies, Joan Lunden, Honoring Terry Betteridge, CEO of Betteridge Jewelers, in support of Oncology Services at Greenwich Hospital. 

ART AUCTION FEATURING: ​OCEAN'S DOOR PAINTING 
Inspired by the magnetism of water and the beauty of natural vistas, artist Lori DuBois' works are a collection of award-winning seascapes and abstracts influenced by the coastal surroundings of New England.  Lori has created a beautiful, original acrylic seascape painting, called Ocean's Door.  It is a rejuvenating blend of sea and sky in teal, sea foam, pale blue and white. Canvas size is 36" x 36". Comes framed

GREENWICH HOSPITAL 
OCEAN GALA 
Supporting Oncology Services 
Emcee - Joan Lunden
October 2015
 

Art Benefit for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Greenwich, CT – The "Artful Serendipity" exhibit, at the Greenwich Art Society gallery, featured a curated collection of original paintings by Lori DuBois-Caruso and Amy Kaplan, plus a Silent Auction to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.


A FORTUNATE HAPENSTANCE
The featured artists believe their meeting was orchestrated by serendipity, a "fortunate happenstance" or "pleasant surprise". By chance, or not, Lori and Amy met by repeatedly running into each other at a number of art shows; in fact, on one occasion, twice in the same day! As they became friends, they realized their art was very complementary in style and synergy. Amy said, “Lori and I seemed to feel a kinship and a connection through our art.”

THE ART OF GIVING
In addition to Lori and Amy’s coincidental meetings, there was another unexpected and very significant meeting at a spring art show. Angelica Yika-Nacarino, a young artist, exhibiting her own watercolor, in the middle school category, was spotted admiring one of Lori’s paintings. An introduction lead to the opportunity for Lori to become acquainted with Angelica’s impressive work. Lori mentioned, “although I received an award at the show, the real honor was being recognized by a young artist with so much potential.”

Later this talented 13-year artist joined forces with Lori and Amy and dedicated one of her best works to the memory of her 6-year old cousin who lost his battle with leukemia. Angelica summed it best as she described the inspiration for her shell painting being the beauty of the shell as a hard protective shield for something so precious inside; comparing cancer trying to break through but never reaching the soul.
The hope is with the support of research, we will provide the beauty of a shell to protect every child affected with the disease.  

The event was well synchronized with the spirit of giving, thanks to caring hearts, a love of art and special supporters.

Westport Magazine | September 15, 2015
Artful Serendipity Art Show in Greenwich, CT


This July, the Geary Gallery of Darien is proud to present “The Art of Relaxation and Awareness” featuring the meditative realistic and abstract paintings of Norwalk fine artist, Lori DuBois-Caruso. Her exhibit runs July 1 – 30 at the Geary Gallery located at 576 Boston Post Road in Darien, CT.   More



Geary Gallery - The Art of Relaxation and Awareness, July, 2016
The Art of Relaxation and Awareness, July 2016



ARTFUL SERENDIPITY
Greenwich Art Society Art Benefit To Support Children's Awareness Month
September, 2015

BLOG - Mariana Castaneda.

STAMFORD, CT – (April  10) SAFAVIEH Home Furnishings Flagship
showroom in Stamford CT will open a unique exhibition featuring Connecticut
artist Lori Dubois. The Original art of Lori DuBois will include
​nearly 30 works which introduce the blend of realistic and abstract views of
​nature and movement. The exhibition will provide an opportunity to view unique abstract fine art originals incorporated into well-appointed SAFAVIEH home furnishing designer showcases.  


About the artist: Originally from New York, art was the fabric of her family with many artists relatives. While in NY, she held a career in graphic design and later returned to her painting roots. Her love of the shoreline brought her to CT to focus on creating soothing renderings of natural surroundings. Her awarded works, rendered primarily in acrylic, are well known for capturing the essence of the sea, earth and ever-changing skyline. “How fortunate we are to have nature’s symphony of color and subjects as a backdrop for our lives.” 


​SAFAVIEH Home Furnishings president Michael  Yaraghi, recognized the need to avail clients with one-of-a-kind design solutions and called upon the awarded talent of local artist DuBois to enhance the personalized home design experience with original paintings. “Art speaks to everyone; her original works bring a sense of beauty and timeless quality to their settings.”
This exhibition beautifully combines fine art and fascination for nature with home design and individual style innovation.  The reception on April 28th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm is open to the public at Safavieh’ s  Stamford showroom, 230 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT 06901.


About SAFAVIEH Home Furnishings- Safavieh Home Furnishings is the largest high-end furnishing store with internationally acclaimed luxury brands including its famous Safavieh furniture collections and rugs. Safavieh Home Furnishings offers everything needed to create a dream home: from its interior design service and exclusive collections to lighting, mirrors and accessories.
 
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For further information about Safavieh please contact Cindy Rubin at Cindy.Rubin@Safavieh.com

 
Architectural digest home design show at pier 94
in new York  
​2014

INNOVATIVE Artwork by

lori dubois WAS featured 
at the dacor luxury 
kitchen appliance exhibit



ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST HOME DESIGN SHOW
Manhattan, New York 

Custom Art Gives Sophistication and Drama to Luxury Kitchen Exhibit

Greenwich Daily Voice | September 16, 2015

Greenwich Art Society Exhibiting 'Artful Serendipity'.




WILLIAM PITT SOTHEBY'S - Rowayton Gets Artsy 

Featured Artist 
September 2016

Photography: Sophia DiBartolomeo 
http://www.Sophiadibartolomeophotography.com

ART FROM THE BEGINNING
Lori Dubois Serene Paintings

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SAFAVIEH  ​Solo Art Show

​April 28, 2016

Painting donated by Angelica Yika-Nacarino

Please come join us from October 13, 2016 through January 12, 2017 at Rockwell Art and Framing of Westport as we exhibit artist, Lori DuBois.

Lori DuBois focuses on well-balanced texture and refinement in many of her unique portrayals. Primarily using acrylics, she is known for her signature depictions of the sea, earth, and ever-changing skyline.

Lori's highly regarded Natural Elements Series introduces a blend of realistic and abstract views of nature and movement. In addition, many of her exhibitions feature unique abstractions as a portrayal of well-balanced texture and refinement. Her acrylic collections are also well known for capturing the essence of the sea, earth and ever changing skyline
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Norwalk-based artist Lori DuBois grew up in a family of artists. “I picked up a paintbrush way before I picked up a pencil,” says DuBois. Her comfort with the medium shows: DuBois’ works often depict serene scenes of seascapes and landscapes, meant to soothe the viewer above all else.

Her mother’s passing influenced this mission of hers, as she recalls the two seeing photographs of drills or buildings—loud, harsh objects—and her mother telling her, “We could do so much better than that.” Ultimately, DuBois strives to “bring peace and calm into your home.”






TOWN VIBE ​FAIRFIELD MAGAZINE 
June 24, 2017