Artist: Lori Frazier

Lori Frazier is a local artist who primarily works with acrylic on canvas. She began playing flute at age nine and, over time, has explored a range of folk instruments made by her husband, Greg Frazier. These instruments include a dulcimer and a folk harp. She retired in July of 2019 after an almost 40-year career as a mental health counselor and now enjoys renewed opportunities for creativity and travel. 

She credits a rained-out vacation in 2007 for launching her career as an artist. She was inspired by the rural and wilderness scenery of North Central Florida. She began painting acrylic landscapes reflecting the remote beauty she saw. 


"I am drawn to the worn history of abandoned farmhouses, vintage trucks, and rusted out old cars. Patterns of light and urban scenes that tell a story also engage me as an artist."


Lori's acrylic and pastel landscapes have earned several awards in an annual competition held in Mayo, Florida.


A selection of Lori's works are currently on display at CorkHouse Savannah Gallery.

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