Born into a culture of artists, in New York, art was the fabric of Lori Dubois’ family. Lori went on to include business and marketing in her repertoire. After a successful career in marketing and graphic design, she rekindled her passion for art and returned to her painting roots. This reunion brought new direction for her life’s work and next chapter. Today her focus is creating soothing renderings to heighten awareness of natural surroundings and invoke relaxation.
Her 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 collections are rendered primarily in acrylic and 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. Within each day, no matter the time or season, the sky is an open canvas of infinite and perfected color and formation; we only need take the time to notice.”
Her award-winning works have been juried by highly renowned museum curators and artists and represented at esteemed venues and institutions (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).
As a Connecticut resident, she enjoys the coastal backdrop of New England and, organizing charitable art events advocating “The Art of Giving and Healing.”