Artists / 2021 Artists

Lisa McLoughlin

Tucson, AZ | ljmcloughlin.com

“Due to the help of an intuitive school art teacher, Mrs. Connelly, when I was 13, I discovered that I could draw. After this unearthing, the driving force behind my artistic talent was my mother. She joined my classes when shyness held me back, prodded when I hit a dry spell, and pushed when I sat back – there was absolutely no escaping her encouragement.

“I won my first art contest when I was 15, sold my first painting at 16, and won an art scholarship when I was 18.  I grew up raising and training horses and continued to learn at the feet of Western and portrait artists whenever I could. In 1993 I married a renowned horseman from Arizona, took my horses and moved to a ranch there, with endless western landscape views in every direction and that glorious sunlight that pervades the scenery.

“My husband and I run and operate an equine riding school in south-eastern Arizona. I paint from my studio at the ranch and enjoy teaching when time permits. I continue to strive to give the world a glimpse of this beauty that we call ‘The Southwest’.”

SOLD. The Cowboy Council, acrylic on board, 25.5 x 33.5, $4,300
Burro and Wisteria, acrylic on board, 22 x 26, $2,900
Tea Party, oil on board, 31.25 x 43.25, $5,700
The Waiting, acrylic on canvas, 41 x 41, $6,800

SOLD. Fort Bowie, Arizona, acrylic on board, 19 x 23, $3,100
A Break in the Storm, oil on board, 26 x 18, $2,600
Three’s a Crowd, acrylic on canvas board, 15.5 x 18.5, $1,500
Cooling His Heels, oil on canvas, 15.5 x 18.5, $1,200
Five O’Clock Shadow, acrylic on board, 12.5 x 14.25, $1,000

SOLD. Uncharted Territory, acrylic on canvas, 16 x 18, $900

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