Laurie Riley

Laurie Riley is a signature member of Artists for Conservation, an award-wining member of the International Guild of Realism, and a board member of the International Society of Scratchboard Artists. Her astoundingly detailed work has been shown in several international online juried shows, and prizes include “Best of Animals and Wildlife” in the 2019 online exhibition of the International Guild of Realism. Her work has also been shown in galleries in the discerning art communities of Sedona, Tubac, and Jerome, Arizona; in Seattle-area galleries and juried shows, and in her own gallery. Laurie’s work was featured on the cover of the June 2007 issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Association.

Viewers most often remark that Laurie’s paintings depict the soul of the animal as well as the finest details of its physical appearance. “It’s as though he’s speaking to me,” is an often-heard comment in her gallery. To bring a true appreciation of their personalities to the viewer, every pose and expression is real, without added idealism; yet there is something more happening here than just paint and canvas. Laurie strives to give the viewer an awareness that every creature is sentient. It is her intention to inspire the viewer to support the preservation of wildlife and habitat, and the right of every wild-born animal to roam free. Laurie’s patrons have remarked that when they spend time with her paintings, they develop a deep relationship with them. Laurie is grateful that her work inspires such meaningful experience.

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