Lolly Owens, ISEA

Award Winning Contemporary Artist

Lolly Owens, ISEA

Contemporary Artist

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Artist Lolly Owens Interested in learning more about the creative process? Like to expand your skills? Find out more about creative experiences available to you!

 

 

 
 

Art On Your Wall

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“TG #42” Acrylic on tung wood panel & glass. The work represents Love, Gratitude and Strength as they circle around the white light of the universe. Select the image above to view larger and learn more on my Artwork Archive page. Artwork size varies.

Create Your OWN Masterpiece!

Private One-on-One Instruction
In Studio: 1748 Independence Blvd. Building C-1, Sarasota, FL 34234 Designed either for the shy beginner or advanced artist, the private instruction probes your artistic intentions with the goal of creating art that is unique to you. We take away the frilly, the trendy and the mass market approaches and elevate color, texture and palettes that are inspired from your culture. 2 hour minimum $25/hour.

For reservations and information, Phone: 941-531-1507
or E-mail:lolly@lollyowens.com

24 hours notice for cancellation of any private one-on-one lesson.

poster for FLAG exhibit

Ringling College of Art and Design Presents

The Beauty of Small

May 28 - June 20, 2019
Please join the members of Florida Artists Group (FLAG), for the 69th Annual Symposium and Exhibition Juried by Lisa L. Cyr. The Opening Reception is Friday May 31, 5:00-7:00 pm. The exhibition is free to the public.

The exhibition will be held at Larry Thompson Academic Center: Richard & Barbara Basch & Willis Smith Galleries for more information, or view map.

Atraxis by Lolly Owens

Lolly’s interview with PHILIP LEDERER appears in SRQ Daily May 24, 2019
FLAG Brings Annual Statewide Exhibition to Ringling College
“From Local FLAG Area Director Lolly Owens, who oversees FLAG membership in Sarasota, Manatee, Highlands, Hardee, Glades, DeSoto and Charlotte counties and has been planning the exhibition for the past two years. Many people are buying very large paintings to enhance their homes, she says, and we have decided to do just the opposite, to give people another perspective on art.”
Image is Atraxis by Lolly Owens

 

Reviews

Marty Fugate, Correspondent for the Sarasota Herald Tribune had this to say:
"…Lolly Owens’ nonobjective paintings are as striking as ever. Her "Joy" catches your eye with a swirling vortex of bright, acrylic colors, a maelstrom of yellow, white and red, interspersed with bold, black brushstrokes." in his article entitled "Pen Women exhibit offers 23 flavors of art at Ringling College", which appeared June 4, 2017.

"Lolly is a creative force that constantly evolves. She has the ability to improvise and manipulate her art with organic and cerebral manifestations of materials that are unique, highly creative and beautiful. We have a giclee of 'Out of My Head' and originals of 'Falling Water', 'Inna 1', and 'Jazz Man', as well as several smaller works. My personal favorite is 'Jazz Man' as it expresses the history of the man's life and soul in his face. In sum, Lolly is like a creative investigator who is constantly looking for clues and evidence with which to create remarkable, unique and beautiful art." - Ron Thiessen III, collector

"As an expressive artist, Lolly Owens captures the essence of her imagery through her vibrant colors and textures in her mixed media artworks. She has created a unique visual language by personalizing the symbols within the artworks. Their inventive and unique qualities add to the whimsy and seriousness of Lolly's interpretation of her artistic journey." - Joanna Coke, MFA, artist and instructor

Collectibles

At this time, Lolly does not offer any of her works in giclee fine art print format. The collectibles below are new and creative ways to own artwork by Lolly Owens.

Designer Tote Bag

There are very few of these beautiful totes available, and no two are exactly the same! Lolly has hand embellished and signed each one.

Pillow Art

Soft, sculptural & collectible! This pillow combines WOW with a touch of whimsy! Each one is hand embellished, numbered and signed.

 

Awards & Shows

Lolly’s work “Strength to be Me” was awarded Second Place in the juried Women Contemporary Artists exhibit at Chasen Gallery in Sarasota. The show opened April 18 and runs through May 11, 2019. Melissa Miller Nece, CPSA, CPX, MAA served as juror for the show.

“Art of the Spirit” A One Woman Show was displayed at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Sarasota. The show ran May 20th through July 12, 2018. In keeping with the theme Art of the Spirit, Lolly’s works represented gratitude, humility, love, peace, courage, joy and strength.

Lolly Owens was one of seven artist invited to display three to four artworks at the Lewis House, The Academy of Senior Professionals at Eckerd College. An opening reception was held on Thursday, January 18, 2018

Lolly Owens received her Signature Membership to the International Society of Experimental Artists at the Opening Reception, which took place on October 27, 2017. To achieve this honor, Lolly's artwork was required to be displayed at three international juried art shows. In this international show, Lolly’s work "Gratitude" was one of 77 selected from 400 submissions to be included.

Lolly’s work "Joy" was on display from May 30 to June 22, 2017 at The Sarasota Branch of the National League of American Pen Women Exhibition at Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery and Willis Smith Gallery in the Larry R. Thompson Academic Center at Ringling College of Art+Design, Sarasota, FL.

In 2015 Lolly received Honorable Mention for her work entitled "Buoyancy" from Art Center Manatee: Without Boundaries Exhibit, Maxine Masterfield, juror. Lolly also received Honorable Mention for her work entitled "That Girl 20" from Art Center Sarasota: At The Heart of It. Jurors were Jerome Chesley and Jill Hoffman-Kowal.

"Kooza" was one of two Lolly Art paintings included in the May, 2013 exhibit which showcased fine art, books and music from the Sarasota Chapter of the National League of American Pen Women. At the close of the exhibit, "Kooza" was selected for publication in the national magazine "The Pen Woman", Spring/Summer, 2013, center pages.

Lolly's work 'Digital Detox' took 2nd place in the acrylics category at the 2013 Windsor Invitational.

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