Mixed Media, Painting

Popadiuk, Lori

About the artist
Lori seeks her inspiration from the vast experience of life, not just in the beauty of nature, but also in fear of the unknown. She is eager to absorb the moments, the laughter, the dark thoughts, the bright days, the confusion, joy and love in order to let the subconscious express itself in its truest and most tangible way. The imagery of her work continually evolves but often is reminiscent of wings or feathers. Her abstract use and limited palette of only black and white materials is reference to the dichotomies we humans are privy to: the extremes of right and wrong, good and evil, which experiences shape or transform us. It refers to how we all can get lost in those extremes, yet most often land lingering in the organically formed grey areas.  Lori holds Fine Arts degrees from both Capilano & Kwantlen Universities. She has exhibited her work nationally and can be found in collections all over the world, including Barbados, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Scotland, USA and Canada. Lori’s work has been featured in Homes & Living, Western Living and BC Home & Garden magazines. She has regularly donated her work to charitable organizations that support schools, women and healthcare. She provides workshops to teach others her practice with artist collectives & guilds. Lori is also a founding member of the all female artist collective 13 Feet off the ground. #13FOTG @loripopart ~ loripop.com  

“You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.”
― George Bernard Shaw, Back to Methuselah

Map Code: D3
1000 Parker St.
Vancouver , BC
Studio #224