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Lori Drew Open Studio Friday, Nov. 3
60 Summer Breeze Ln
Santa Rosa Beach
Lori Drew has been written about in the ThirtyAReview. Click here to view the article.
Lori Drew is also the featured artist for the month of May at Anne Hunter Galleries, 25 Central Square, Seaside, which is always open. Since Lori has moved most of her art into 25 Central, she will not be having an open studio this month.
2 home studios will be open in Point Washington this Friday from 5:00 to 7:00 for the First Friday 30A Art Walk! Lori Drew & also Surfside Mosaics!
Lori Drew is a contemporary artist living in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, and her work is held in private collections throughout North America. She experiments in oil and cold wax on hand-crafted wood panels, creating one-of-a-kind pieces that bring peace to the viewer and satisfaction to her soul. Her studio/gallery is located 3 miles north of Grayton Beach near the Choctawhatchee Bay. Please call, text or email before you come visit.
Lori Drew Studio Location
60 Summer Breeze Lane
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
The South Walton Tourist Development Council recently announced its selections for the Artist of the Year program, and Artist of 30A Lori Drew received accolades for her oil and cold wax creations. Meet the artist in her Point Washington studio/gallery by calling 850-585-7689, or email email@example.com. Her website is www.loridrew.net.
Join South Walton’s mixed media artist of the year Lori Drew for her artist of the month reception at the 45 Central wine bar in Seaside! November 10, 4-6 pm.
Artist of 30A Lori Drew is one of 64 local artists featured in the Beach Art Group’s new “Bloomin” exhibit at the Palms Conference Center in Panama City Beach. Click here to read more about Lori Drew.19216801 admin
“Peaceful Passages,” a collection by oil and cold wax artist Lori Drew is currently on display at the South Walton Coastal Branch Library. All 40 works of art are for sale by this “Artist of 30A” who is dedicating the month-long show to her dad in New Jersey.
Lori first displayed her acrylic on canvas paintings outside her studio just a little over a year ago. Six shows later, cf auto root apkshe is back at the library, this time sharing new oil and cold wax creations on handmade wood box panels. While her passion for depicting the serenity of our unique landscape climbs, so grows the depth of her unique style. She considers herself a southerner at heart after growing up in New Jersey and moving to Santa Rosa Beach in 2000.
Her Point Washington studio is closed for the month of February, while her show continues at the library at 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach. You can call the library for hours of operation, 267-2809, and you can reach Lori at 585-7689.
I recently had the pleasure of discovering the work of local 30A artist Lori Drew. Her work is beautifully inspired by the delicate area where the water meets the sand. Her work is characterized by texture, softened edges and layers of color. If you have not yet had the opportunity to view Lori’s work, I encourage you do so. It will be a treat to your senses.
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