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Peaceful Passages ~ a collection by oil and cold wax artist Lori Drew

“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, she 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.

Meet 30A Artist Lori Drew

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.

Read more about Lori here.