Lori Illner Greene is an academically and studio trained artist. Conceiving energetic works on paper and canvas. Pet portraits and other commissioned work in black pastel on vellum, or with colored pastels or acrylics on a variety of surface media. She is represented by a local fine arts gallery. Lori has also developed friendly collaborations with both a local retailer and restaurant. A representative collection of Lori's work is on display at Holtkamp's Floors, Decor, and Furniture. Her work is also on display at Simple Table. Lori is a member of Fort Madison Area Arts Association with several works on a rotating display in the Member Gallery. She was the featured artist for the month of July 2017 at FMAAA. She is available for group and individual lessons in her studio or your location.
Artist-in-Residence at Victoria Gallery and Fine Arts Studio
740 Avenue G Fort Madison, Iowa 52627
2331 Avenue L Fort Madison, Iowa 52627
To launch the collaboration, much of the work from Raptors and Other Hunting Birds (top of page) will be on display in the Main Showroom at Holtkamp's. This work will be refreshed periodically with vintage and current collection pieces.
617 7th St
Fort Madison, Iowa 52627
Featured Artist - July PASTELS Art exhibition
825 Avenue G Fort Madison, Iowa 52627
Lori will be the featured artist for the entire month of July at FMAAA. This exhibit will feature her evolution through pastel work from her conceptual artist days to the present work that is figurative. Her signature black pastel on vellum work will be represented along with colored pastel on pastel board. Opening Reception is July 6 from 5-7pm. Everyone is welcome! Gallery is open Tue - Sat each week from 10am-5pm. Lunch-ala-Art gallery talk will be July 27th at noon. Please contact Brian Riggs, the Director of FMAAA at
to reserve your spot for lunch ($7person).
Featured Artist - Jan 28 thru Feb 15, 2019 Raptors and Other Birds of Prey Art exhibition and artwork included in permanent collection
Visitors Center Art Gallery
This was an exhibit of large scale works on paper in black pastel on vellum, and traditional pastels on pastel card dealing with the subject of birds of prey of all varieties. SCC has an extensive history of highlighting regional artistic talent and I was honored to be invited to kick off the 2019 year. They are developing a new gallery complex to support future endeavors and will be working on a follow-up to this excellent experience. I was further delighted when SCC acquired one of my pieces An Owl Intent (on the Hunt) to add to their permanent collection. The complete exhibit is available to view at the top of the page. Unsold work from this exhibit is on display at my home studio, Holtkamp's, Simple Table, and FMAAA.
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