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Lori is from Vermont and currently living in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.  She is known for her abstract explorations.  Plein air allows her to experience the beauty of nature and break away from the studio.

Exhibitions include:

       University of Connecticut, Stanford, CT              “Hooked Art 2014”

       Morehead State University, KY  “A Fine Line”

       Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, MI, “Back to the               Floor”

       Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (ACC               Spotlight Show)

       HGA’s Small Expression show

       Artspace, Raleigh, NC, Fine Craft Show


       Shuttle, Spindle, and Dyepot

       Rug Hooking Magazine  (works and writing)

       Fine Craft Exhibition Catalog

       The Stripe: Works Inspired by Western North        Carolina

Lori has worked on jury and gallery committees. She now works out of her home studio creating contemporary fiber art employing traditional rug hooking techniques.  Plein air works are hand-dyed, hand-hooked, and placed in a gallery type frame.

Lori’s work is in private collections in the U.S, Canada, England, and Germany.  Works can be found at the TRAC Galleries in Burnsville and Spruce Pine NC, at her home studio and at shows. She is a juried exhibiting member of the Carolina Designer Craftsmen.  

“Autumn’s Start” SOLD

“Along the Path”

“Crooked Old Shed”

”Fall’s Beginning”

Copyright 2017

“Birch Memories”  SOLD

“Blue Ridge Shed”

“Abundant Color”

“Winter’s Dance”

“Mountain Leaves”

“Ocean Surf”

“Stopping for the View”

“The Positively Red Gate “

“Waiting for Spring”

“Coleus I”

“Coleus II”

“Still Standing”

“Nesting” study