It is ART that makes life, makes interest, makes importance,
and I know of no substitute for the FORCE and BEAUTY of its process.
~ Henry James


Allen, Sue
Bliesner, Jennifer
Donley, Verlie
Glenn, Cheeri
Groff, Vern
Gullickson, Terry & Rock
Hall, Deanna
Hall, Ryan
Hawley, Becky
Hewgley, Karen
Hooley, Cheryl
Lawrence, Gail
Lindsey, Anna Mae
Marsh, Earlean
Morrow, Marcia
Morrow, Steve
Nelson, Kimberley
Ragan, Joan
Rohweder, JoAnne
Sandgren, Sharon
Saunders, River
Shelton, Rebecca
Souders, Cortlan
Souders, Vernon Jr.
Spencer, Debrah
State, Kathy
Stroh, Rod
Taylor, Mary
Topliff, Lea
Vann, Debi
Von Struense, Helen
Young, Loisann

Loisann YoungLoisann Young

Charcoal, Watercolor, Oil & Pastels
phone: 503.406.7143

“My mother is an artist and she encouraged me to hone my skills. I have taken art classes, and workshops. I have studied artists and art books. Winslow Homer is my inspiration because he was a wonderful self-taught artist. My first painting was a study of Homer’s “Breezing Up,” when I was in high school. It still hangs in my Mother’s front room. Di Vinci, Renoir, and Sargent are several more of my favorite artists. Watercolor is my main medium, but I also enjoy oils and pastels.

I love capturing emotions and the human spirit in my art. I live in an amazing place where I can hike, kayak, and snowboard in the Mt. Hood area and Columbia River Gorge. My love for people and the landscape is what feeds my art. I could not have one without the other. I continue to work to improve my skills by focusing on good design, composition, and story. My inner focus is to follow my heart and paint things that inspire me. I believe all these things will help me to be the best painter I can be. Member of Watercolor Society of Oregon, Oregon Society of Artists, and Wy’East art guild”