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Lana A. Gurney

Search terms: Painting, landscape, seascape, realism, watercolor, watercolour

Artist's Statement

"While attending The Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Westport, I resigned my position as a Personnel Technician working within the County Executive's office in White Plains. I did massage for a local chiropractor and also privately for approximately two and a half years. At this time I took an art course in watercolor and I never stopped studying art or painting. I stopped doing massage and focused my energies on my art."

"I have shown my work in many juried shows including the Putnam Arts Council, the Upstream Gallery in Dobbs Ferry and the River Gallery in Irvington. I have participated for many years in the Upstream Gallery's annual Small Works Exhibit which is a juried show. I currently have one of my larger paintings at River Gallery.
I initially studied with Christine Simoneau Hales where I developed a strong interest in the works of Fairfield Porter."

"I am currently studying with Jock MacRae at the Katonah Art Center where I regularly exhibit work in their shows."

"I paint because it's what I love to do. One of my strongest points is color sense and my style is impressionistic sometimes leaning toward the abstract. I am drawn to the works of Nell Blaine and Paul Resika for this reason. I chose watercolor because I love the way the paint moves and surprises often happen ! I have done many interesting and diverse things in my life, but have never felt the fulfillment I get through painting."
Lana A. Gurney

14 X 20 in

18 X 24 in

18 X 24 in

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