Lori Goll Art

"Autumn Dune" 18x24 Pastel






Hello, folks,
Thanks for visiting my website! For some reason, the true colors of the paintings are inaccurate on the site. If you're interested in a painting, I can send you a better photo file via email.

Plein Air Easton
I am pleased as punch to have won 2nd place in the Plein Air Easton Quick Draw event (for non-competing artists) on Saturday, July 23rd! We couldn't put a mark on our paintings until the horn blew at 10am, and then had to have the painting framed and on an easel at noon. A challenge, for sure, especially since it felt like 105 degrees! Judge Julia Marciari-Alexander, the Director of the Walters Museum in Baltimore, had her work cut out for her, with over 150 entries!

Classes and Workshops
Both in-person and online classes will begin in late September. I will be offering in-person classes on Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings at the Arts of Great Falls School of Art, as well as a beginner class online, probably on Monday evenings. Click on Classes above for more info. You can also leave your email with me under "Contact" if you'd like to be notified.

I recently received the most exciting news that I have been elected a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America! I'm so honored to be among this group of talented artists using the wonderful medium of soft pastels. I can now proudly place the initials "P.S.A." after my signature :-)

If you happen to be in the beautiful Outer Banks and want to see some very fine art, check out the Seaside Art Gallery in Nagshead. I have several Seascapes in the gallery. See www.seasideart.com for more information and some beautiful art.

If you would like to be added to my email list for notification of classes, workshops, and exhibits, please leave me your name and email in the Contact section. If you would like to arrange for a private studio visit or if you're interested in private lessons and critique over Zoom, please contact me.

Stay safe, my friends!
Lori

"If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint."
- Edward Hopper