The garments of our lives—they choose us, they flatter us. Maybe their hems sag a little, yet they enliven us. They feel like our friends.
As you enter the gallery that displays the paintings of Lori Faye Bock, you embark on a remarkable journey.
Read about Lori Faye Bock and how she ended up where she is today.
The Eyes Have It! was a gallery with more than 50 works illustrate the artist’s’ abilities to paint expressive eyes as well as their attention to detail.
Lori Faye Bock’s painting, Look Out Girls, It’s Snack Time!, was used as cover art for the book Amuse-gueule Poésies by Paul Victor.
Lori Faye Bock’s “View From My Kitchen” was selected as the cover image for the book, Capirotada.
Lori Faye Bock’s art celebrates her subjects with wit and charm, touching our spirit, stimulating our minds and enlivening our space.
Lori Faye Bock was the featured artist for the Chico’s Travelers Diary: Santa Fe. View the artist profile, photo gallery, and artist gallery.
Lori Faye Bock was one of the featured artists in Southwest Art Magazine’s “Seriously Funny: Six Artists View Life With Imagination and Wit.”
Lori Faye Bock has created images for the American Humane’s National Tag Day Campaign since 2000.