Exhibition opens: Sunday October 1st, 2023
Artist’s Reception: Saturday, October 14th, 2023, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Exhibition closes: Tuesday, October 31st
A stunning solo exhibition of Loraine’s favorite places in soft pastel.
As you navigate this exhibition, you’ll find yourself immersed in Loraine’s reflections on these remote places. It’s a tribute to the enduring connection between humanity and the untamed wilderness, a testament to our responsibility to protect and cherish it.
Join us in celebrating the boundless and the wild. Allow these remarkable works of art to leave an imprint on your soul, and may they serve as enduring reminders of the wild places that shape our world and our spirits.
Remote Places. Vast, boundless places. Places where one sees an endless horizon or where the sky and the land become one. Places where one can see the push, thrust and power inherent in the land. Places where one can almost see infinitely. My reaction to these places lingers in my thoughts and in my art.
I feel fortunate that I can visit these remote and isolated areas, study the dynamics of what stands before me and use my knowledge of the elements of art to construct a composition that represents my consciousness, experience, and understanding of the value and essence of the place.
About the Artist
Loraine Veeck is a native Californian, presently living in the Los Angeles area. She studied art at Pierce College in Los Angeles and California State University in Northridge.
Veeck has had several solo exhibitions in galleries throughout Los Angeles and southwestern United States including Whites Art, Framing and Restoration Montrose Schomburg Gallery, Santa Monica CA;, CA; Old Pueblo Frameworks and Gallery, Tucson AZ; Topanga Canyon Gallery and Howell Green Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles.
She participated in an art rental system provided by the Los Angeles County Museum for several years. Additionally, she has shown her work at the San Bernardino Art Museum, the Maturango Art Museum in Ridgecrest and the Wilding Museum in Solvang.
2019 found her honored with a residency grant of ten weeks by the Wurlitzer Foundation of Taos New Mexico.