Colleen Lauter, Indianapolis artist, is an impressionist of the old school. She is well known and well respected in the Indianapolis art community for her work in still life, landscapes, seascapes, plein air paintings and figure painting. She’s also collected some outstanding awards, such as the Southside Art League People’s Choice award, and the Jury Prize of Distinction award from the Indiana Artists’ Club.
Colleen maintains a working studio in the Stutz Artists Association Center inside the Stutz Business Center of Indianapolis downtown. The Stutz Center is open to the public every first Friday without an admission charge. There, one can meet Colleen and see her work up close.
Though she spends a lot of time with her luscious landscapes, Colleen says she prefers to paint figures. Like the great impressionist Degas before her, she has found much inspiration in capturing some exquisite moments in ballerina’s dance studios. Children seem to occupy most of the rest of her focus in figure painting.
She has a collection of waterscape paintings a la Monet and Manet, some rich land and cityscapes and a large series of floral and fruit still lifes. Along with these collections, she has a group of animal and bird paintings. All her work is well executed in rich palettes, all impressionistic and all well worth viewing.
Colleen Lauter Fine Art
Stutz Business Center
212 W. 10th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Phone: (317) 503-6420
Visit her website: http://www.colleenlauter.com/
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