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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Morning Sea Breeze by Lori Brackett
Pathways by Lori Brackett
Redfish Lake Shore by Lori Brackett
Tears for California by Lori Brackett
Somewhere in Yellowstone by Lori Brackett
COHO Ferry's Bell by Lori Brackett
Reaching for the Light by Lori Brackett
Bronc Busting 101 by Lori Brackett
Tela by Lori Brackett
Breakfast in the Raw by Lori Brackett
Re-tern-ing Home by Lori Brackett
Afternoon Neigh-bear by Lori Brackett
B-6 by Lori Brackett
Caribbean Get-A-Way by Lori Brackett
They walked and walked and Walked by Lori Brackett
Light in the Window by Lori Brackett
New Kid on the Block by Lori Brackett
Silvertip by Lori Brackett
Out On a Limb by Lori Brackett
Drinks On Me by Lori Brackett
Camping On The Lake Shore by Lori Brackett
Tractor From Swan Valley by Lori Brackett
Swan Valley Hillside by Lori Brackett
Springs Close UP by Lori Brackett
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About Lori Brackett
Lori Brackett grew up in Ammon, a suburb of Idaho Falls, Idaho. She consciously knew she wanted to be an artist since the tender age of five so her education was pursued in that direction. While in junior high and high school, she took almost every art class they offered. Post high school, Lori continued her art education at both Ricks College and then Idaho State University, finally graduating cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Art in Fine Art.
“In my art I enjoy a myriad of different media, though my favorites are pastel, acrylic and oil. The images I perform have so much to say visually; I try to get others to ‘listen’ with their eyes. Therefore, I portray what I feel is uplifting, invokes good emotions, or gives food for thought. I depict a lot of animals in my art for the humble simplicity and fantastic grandeur they bring to what I am trying to express. My cats, who have been wonderful family members over the years, have been some of the repeated subjects in my animal paintings.”
Lori also does a fair amount of human portraiture and expression.
“It is said, ‘An artist should paint what they know.’ so oftentimes I use my husband and my sons, DJ and James, as models. It pleases me when others are able to feel inspired by the images I create.”
If you would like to contact Lori about her art, or if you have any portrait/commission request, she would love to hear from you.