Randi Lockhart

My paintings remind me of the thinness of time and the passing of the seasons.

June 20, 2008 | | Arts

Randi Lockhart’s naïve style and bold colours add a kind of hyper-realism to her floral paintings and transform everyday activities into charming vignettes. “My intent is to offer a break from our world – a peaceful world filled with light and colour,” says the Alton artist. She has interpreted her distinctive style in many mediums, including china painting, knitting and papier mâché.

Learn more at www.randisgallery.ca.

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Randi Lockhart ~ The Caterpillar Painting

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