Red Phone Box in the Cotswolds
Oil on canvas
17" x 20" (Framed)
Brazier's official Portraits hang in government, corporate, academic and religious institutions across the country. Nearly 150 public figures have been her subjects. She is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and The National Museum of Women in the Arts, both in Washington, D.C.
She has won awards on four occasions from the Portrait Society of America and her work has been published in several art magazines and books.
As well as portrait work, she is an avid painter of landscapes, still life and figurative subjects and is a member of Plein Air Painters of the Southeast. She is the founder of Plein Air Richmond.
Loryn has owned Brazier Gallery for over 17 years Prior to that she had owned an advertising agency and was also an illustrator. Her work has been profoundly influenced by artists such as P.S. Kroyer, John Singer Sargent, Cecelia Beaux, Joaquin Sorolla and by her former teacher and valued friend, Everett Raymond Kinstler.