Biography and Statement

Loraine Veeck is a native Californian, presently living in the Los Angeles area.  She received her education in art from California State University in Northridge.  Her mentor was Alice Beamish from whom she learned the importance of spatial concepts, movement, color, and allowing the intuitive flow of creativity.

Her work is, in part, about isolation, and in part, about the idea of infinity. In our crowded world, some of us work hard to escape and isolate.  Loraine strives to convey the mood she finds in some of these still uninhabited areas. The Southwest is a place she favors for painting the raw earth colors, the simplicity, and the unique energy found in the western landscape.

Veeck has been given many solo exhibitions in galleries throughout Los Angeles and southwestern United States.  She has also exhibited in invitational and juried shows for several years and has won many awards including a residency grant through the Wurlitzer Foundation..    A selection of recent exhibition follows:

Whites Art Framing and Restoration – January through May 2018  
Schomburg Gallery, Santa Monica – July 2017
Schomburg Gallery, Santa Monica – April 2015
Topanga Canyon Gallery, Topanga - Earth and Water – May 2014
Red Brick Gallery, Ventura – “Metamorphosis’ – January through March. 2013
The Happening Gallery, Santa Monica - August, September 2011
Old Pueblo Frameworks and Gallery, Tucson – Featured Artist – January 2011
Whites Art Framing and Restoration, Montrose - Recent Work – November 2009
Howell Green Fine Arts Gallery – Topanga - June, July2007
Howell-Green Fine Arts Gallery - Topanga “New Work” 2006
Selby Fleetwood Gallery, Santa Fe, NM – January – May 2005

Three Farms - Pastel