Tricia Lowrey Lippert has lived in the Pocono Mountains since the late ’80’s. Originally from the CT shore, she grew up surrounded by the natural beauty of nature. She has been involved in the arts since early childhood pursuing; painting, music, dancing and writing. Although she loves all of these activities, painting eventually won the focus of her life!
Tricia loves to paint the local landscape. She also enjoys capturing the wildlife that fills the forest and animals that enrich our daily lives. Tricia has extensive gardens that she uses as subject matter. She has been exploring still life painting and the stories that she can tell through the objects she selects. Tricia strives to find unusual perspectives in her work, whether she is painting Plein Air or in the studio. Her background in the study of Impressionism, Folk Art and Children’s Book Illustration blend into a magical style!
Tricia states, “My greatest influences are children’s book illustrations form the 1920’s, French and American Impressions and American Artists. Although each artist ahs their own distinct style, their ability to see beauty in simplicity has always left me awestruck! I paint images that touch my heart. When I paint a subject that comes from my soul, it has the power to connect with some else’s heart. through my paintings, I hope to transport the viewer into a rural world of timelessness. Nature is full of mystery dressed in the subtleties of passing light. I see the exquisiteness of a spider’s web woven amongst the grass. There is a soft humming of life that speaks of heartbreak, humor, fortune and the fleeting moment of time. My goal is to capture these on canvas and paper. For me, art is a love affair with nature”.
Tricia holds a degree in Oil Painting and a minor in Art History from Marlboro College in VT. Tricia has shown her work throughout CT, NJ and PA. Tricia has won many prestigious awards. She is also an active member of the Poconos Arts Council.
Tricia Lowrey Lippert’s beautiful work begins at $125.00. To view some of her paintings, visit The Art Factory of White Mills.