What interests me is rarely any specific subject unto itself. Instead I see color harmony, rhythms, patterns, and unique shapes. This is my passion, and seeing our world this way gives me the freedom to explore all things. My art engages its viewers and invites them to find their own, personal interpretations.
— Lori Putnam

Special Exhibitions

Demonstrations and Lectures

Workshops

2016–2017

As music is the poetry of sound, so is painting the poetry of sight.
— James Abbott McNeill Whistler: 1834–1903 - "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies," (1890)