Pat Lohrenz

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artist statement

I loosely consider myself an interpretive landscape artist. Themes that interest me include long views of land and water, marshes, bogs, tides, shorelines, rocks, skies, clouds, moonlight and trees. Weather and atmospheric conditions influence how I interpret wind, rain, fog, mist, and light. Inspiration, imagination and intuition shape the creative process but the finished pieces speak for themselves.

selected biography

Pat Lohrenz is an interpretive landscape artist living and painting in Nova Scotia. Formal studies started at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in the late 1960’s and continued with professional artists including Jane Champayne, Louise Ryan, and K-L McKinnes (Southhampton Art School) and Mr. Luc and Peter Lamb in Ontario. Recent studies include classes with Ron Hayes, David Lacey, and John Malmstrom in Nova Scotia. Teaching experience includes workshops on experimental painting techniques using water based mediums and mixed media. Represented by galleries in Halifax, Bear River and Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Works in private collections in Canada, US and Europe.

 

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About Pat Lohrenz

I loosely consider myself an interpretive landscape artist. Themes that interest me include long views of land and water, marshes, bogs, tides, shorelines, rocks, skies, clouds, moonlight and trees. Weather and atmospheric conditions influence how I interpret wind, rain, fog, mist, and light. Inspiration, imagination and intuition shape the creative process but the finished pieces speak for themselves.

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