Artist Lorraine Kilmer

Lorraine DuBuis Kilmer has a passion for drawing and art that began when she first picked up a pencil. Growing up in a suburban neighborhood of Rockland County, New York, Lorraine spent most of her free time sketching and reading about what the world had to offer. A lifelong love of painting began with encouragement of her high school art teacher who recognized her budding talent.

Lorraine moved to the west coast of Florida as a young mother where she launched a new career in architectural drafting and design. The beauty of the sand and surf sparked a renewed interest in painting and she began working again with both oil and acrylics.

She is now an exhibiting member of the Plantation Artists Guild and Gallery, at OMNI Amelia Island Plantation, as well as a member of the Island Art Association in downtown Fernandina Beach.

Her work is now on display at JW Frame Gallery. Below is a sample of her work:

fulvous-whistling-ducks

inner-circle

october-moon

peekaboo-tancho

she-who-watches

three-amigos

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