Abstract! It's finally here...my online debut of Abstract Paintings benefiting United Cerebral

I find my abstract paintings to be much more expressive than my landscapes. Abstract paintings are my preferred style as I find it to be the best representation of my emotions and experiences through the traumatic moments of life. I enjoy the freedom of larger paintings and work with creating movement and texture in most of my paintings

Until now my website has been all landscapes. Many of my landscapes are "pretty pictures" I created so often by Andy's bedside in the hospital to remind me of home and to keep a positive mood in the room for Andy to heal. I don't create abstracts in the hospital because the medical staff are always watching and charting on your mood. I try not to cry at Andy's bedside so I don't upset him or get a visit from the kind social workers to make sure I am okay. However, there are those stressful days of great uncertainty where I find myself crying in the bathroom of the hospital and not painting at all. So, I save my abstract ideas and release my emotions when we are finally back at home.

I have released a small selection of earlier paintings from my "Laundry Room Collection" as well as a few recent paintings. Each of these have been selected to benefit United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire.

Gold Burst, 2018

by Lorana

Acrylic (Gold) on Canvas

30" x 24" x 1 1/2"

Everafter, 2013

Acrylic on Canvas

36" x 12" x 1 1/2"

Crescendo, 2015

by Lorana

Acrylic on Canvas

20" x 20" x 1 1/2"

Faith Mountain, 2016

by Lorana

Acrylic on Canvas

20" x 24" x 1 1/2"

Limitless, 2017

by Lorana

Acrylic (Gold, Silver & Pearl) on Canvas

16" x 20" x 3/4"

Ardent, 2013

by Lorana

Acrylic on Canvas

20" x 16" x 3/4"

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