Tricia Lippert has loved art from an early age and feels “art is a love affair with nature.” Tricia loves to paint unique moments in time… nature, landscapes and gardens… wildlife and pets that enrich our daily lives. Her background in impressionism, folk art and children’s book illustration are evident in her work. Other influences in her artistic style are Old Lyme Artists, Matilda Browne and Childe Hassam and Pennsylvania artist George A. Weymouth.
Over the past year, Tricia has participated in many monthly themed exhibitions in the Pocono Arts Council’s ARTSPACE Gallery. She won first place in the Autumn Impressions Exhibition in October 2017, first place in the Nature and Geometry Exhibition in June 2018, and second place in the Waterscapes Exhibition in July 2018.
Tricia has a degree in oil painting with a minor in art history from Marlboro College in Vermont. She has studied at the Lyme Academy of Art in Old Lyme, Ct., New Jersey Center for the Arts, Baum School in Allentown, Pa., and Banff Centre of Fine Arts in Banff, Alberta, Canada. She has taken workshops with Master Painter Peter Fiore and Brian Keele. In June
2018, she attended a workshop at Village Arts of Putney in Vermont with Master Painter Kathy Anderson.
Originally from Connecticut, Tricia has lived in the Poconos since 1997. She has taught classes in the Pocono Arts Council studio, Dunmore Senior Center, Lucan Center for the Arts in Scranton, Buck Hill Art Association in Buck Hill Falls. She is a member of the Pocono Arts Council in Stroudsburg and the Antione Dutot Museum and Art Gallery in Delaware Water Gap.
Currently, Tricia’s work is on display:
- Gamut Art Gallery
109-111 N. 8th St., Stroudsburg, Pa.
Artist’s Reception, September 1, 6-8pm
- The Castle Inn Art Gallery
20 Delaware Ave., Delaware Water Gap, Pa.
“Song from My Heart,” A Collection of Oil Paintings & Drawings.
Opening Reception, September 7, 5-8m; Exhibition & Art Sale, September 7-October 8.
- Art Factory of White Mills
736 Texas Palmyra Hwy, Route 6, White Mills, Pa.
Meet & Greet, October 6, 1-4pm
For more information, visit Tricia’s website at www.TriciaLippert.com.