About Me

Lori Anderson

"Painting  teaches me to go beyond merely looking at something to really seeing  it. It gives the most simple object new life for me. Being able to  capture what I see and feel is magical."

After retiring in 2002 and taking a trip to Italy, I had the time and was inspired to paint. I wanted to capture the architecture of Venice, the rolling hills, and picturesque towns of Tuscany. I began taking art classes at Folsom Parks and Recreation.

Some of the artists I have studied with are Anita Wolff, Greg Kondos, Mike Bagdonis and Ned Mueller. I works in oil and acrylic and likes to try different styles and subject matter of painting. I love to paint landscapes, large florals, still life, animals, and birds.  

I'm  one of the artists who participated in the 50-50 Show, 20-20 Show and  Story Book Show at the 20th Street Gallery in Sacramento. My art has  been shown in a number of places around town -- Folsom City Hall, Willow  Cafe, Intel Corporation, Z Gallery in Folsom and 404 Gallery in  Roseville.

Founding Member * Sutter Street Artists

President * Folsom Arts Association

President * Gold Country Artists Gallery