Lori Schouela: Suspended Landscapes

Lori Schouela’s paintings have a mystical quality to them–through subject, materials, and process, they become otherworldly. In her paintings we step into a fantastical, yet mysterious, landscape. Surfaces are lush with glossy pools of color, paths, and machines that hover in mid-air. Her paintings walk the line between an escapist fantasy and a dark warning of future chaos. A truly interesting landscape is not what immediately meets the eye, and Schouela’s works will leave the viewer wondering what lies beyond the horizon line. This exhibition includes selected works from the artist's "Suspended Landscapes" series, which she has been working on since 2012.

Hear from the artist in person!  Sunday, August 29, 3pm

It’s wonderful to see art in person again, and we welcome you to join artist Lori Schouela as she leads visitors through her exhibition, Suspended Landscapes.  Join Museum staff and hear from Lori directly in this exhibition walk-through. This event is free with Museum admission, but capacity is limited.  Click here to learn more!

 

Did you miss Lori Schouela’s Virtual Artist Talk?  Click below to hear more from the artist.


Dates: March 20- September 12, 2021
Participating artists: Lori Schouela
Lori Schouela, Altered Reality , 2016, Acrylic on Canvas
Lori Schouela, Artic Thaw , 2017, Acrylic on canvas
Lori Schouela, Minted Kingdom , 2018, Acrylic, marker, pen and ink, contact paper on canvas
Lori Schouela, Mystic Mountain in Mauve , 2016, Contact paper, glitter, acrylic on canvas
Lori Schouela, The Boardwalk , 2013, Acrylic on Canvas
Lori Schouela, Waterfall , 2019, Acrylic, marker, contact paper, pen and ink on canvas
Lori Schouela, Minted Kingdom, detail , 2018, Acrylic, marker, pen and ink, contact paper on canvas
Lori Schouela, Sapphire Path, detail , 2017, Acrylic on canvas
"Mixing elements of the ordinary with elements of the fantastic create magical moments in landscape. These imaginative worlds draw the viewer in, longing for a higher source or a higher ground." Lori Schouela, artist