The domestic space is filled with inspirations. In my home environment, possessions are stacked and saved, washed and stitched, patched together and revitalized. This cacophony of colors, shapes and patterns informs and inspires my studio work.
Off-kilter piles, repetitive patterns and cluttered surfaces appear in my compositions. Random and energetic arrangements of form are balanced on the picture plane by sparse quiet areas.
I make oil paintings, mixed media collages, prints and wall sculptures.
I reuse found objects such as polystyrene packaging, junk mail envelopes, cancelled checks, old fabrics, lace, yarn and plastic bread tags in my work to create a narrative about order and disorder, the beautiful and the common. I find a surprising beauty in the mundane – the data, the debris, the evidence of daily life.
Lori Glavin is an abstract painter, printmaker and collage artist, Lori Glavin has been involved in the visual arts for over 30 years. After earning her BFA from Syracuse University’s School of Visual and Performing Arts, she worked in New York as a graphic designer and art director. She was the owner of a design firm and held creative positions at Conde ́ Nast and The New York Times.
Glavin is an artist member of the Silvermine Guild of Artists in New Canaan, CT and in 2007 she co-founded Wilson Avenue Loft Artists in Norwalk, CT. She exhibits regularly throughout the Northeast and Southwest.