* A Day at the Beach * Playing with Paint
* Sense of Humor * Music & Old Movies
* Watching a Sunrise * Chocolate... YES please!
HOME decor & DESIGN
Lori Dubois recalls her greatest art influence was her mother, Gloria, a talented New York mural artisan. The artist describes her mentor as artfully creative and ahead of her time. Her mother's artistic view of nature provided Dubois with a keen eye and awareness of surrounding beauty.
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Her awarded works have been jurored by highly renowned museum curators and displayed at esteemed venues, galleries and institutions.
Today, her art prints are curated for home decor and interior design by luxury home furnishings manufacturers (John Richard), major retailers and leading publishers and distributors of print-on-demand fine art giclees.
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Dubois' collections provide a tranquil backdrop, and focal point, to enhance contemporary design with a calming essence.
The versatile Abstracts suit a wide array of eclectic designs and style preferences.
and nature. Her modern art focus includes a versatile collection of Abstract, Geometric and Coastal works. She enjoys experimenting with mixed media and unique art techniques to create modern tranquility. It seems her creativity and dedication paid off as her art caught the attention of art manufacturers and home decor retailers Horchow, Neiman Marcus (John Richard), Raymour & Flanigan, Wayfair and Perigold. When asked what makes her art stand out, she stated, "In a word INSPIRATION. My focus on tranquility and Abstract style enhances room design with serenity. My versatile collections refine the harmony of color and composition to create a relaxed vibe. Creating art is my Zen; it keeps me inspired and connected to my mom's legacy."
Dubois later applied her artistic DNA to a career in marketing, graphic art and web design at a major electronic giant in New Jersey. In the next chapter, a passion for the shoreline called her to the New England coast where she returned to her painting roots and rekindled a connection to art