Barbara Palana Landry

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)

BIO

Barbara Landry
A Florida artist with New England roots.... art always had a place in Barbara's everyday life. Her mother was an antique decorative artist and instructor. This exposure inspired and nurtured her love of painting. As an awarding winning artist and founding partner of Gallery 14 her paintings can be seen in permanent collections in the Florida State Capital, the Superior Courthouse of Yolo County California, Indian River Estates/ACTS Retirement Life Communities in Vero Beach and Palm Beach, PNC Bank Offices, and many other commercial buildings and private collections. She was a contributing artist for the Turtle Trax project, which benefited the Mental Health Association. The charitable honor she is most proud of is being chosen the Easter Seal Stamp Artist for two of their fundraising campaigns. Using her talent for a cause is by far her biggest reward.

STATEMENT

Barbara Landry:
A contemporary artist with a wide range of abstract art in contrast to my realistic work and animal art which reflects an artistic path constantly evolving. Bold color and contrast are the pure fabric of my compositions. When asked how I approach each new subject, Van Gogh said it perfectly, I dream my painting and paint my dream. I paint to capture the essence of the subject and approach every new painting with the freedom to allow myself to change style and expression.

Barbara Palana Landry

United States of America

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