Award winning artist Lorraine Pascuzzi developed a keen interest in Western Art as a child. Her imaginative interpretation in bright colors and contemporary styles are derived from her own photography of rodeo cowboys, ranch life and region Pow Wows.
Pascuzzi is versatile in watercolor, pencil, oil, acrylic and pastel. She now resides with her family in the beautiful countryside of Oregon.
Roberta St. Louis
Raised on a ranch near Grants Pass, Oregon, Roberta St. Louis has a long-standing love for the beauty of nature and its inhabitants. Her admiration is reflected in the variety of subject matter found in her work, including landscapes, seascapes, florals, and portraits. Her primary love is western art, and it features contemporary and nostalgic scenes that most often include her favorite animal, the horse.
Roberta is skilled in the use of oil, pastel, charcoal and watercolor, and paints commissions using any of those mediums. A dedicated artist instructor, Roberta has been teaching in Washington County, Oregon for over 30 years.
Email: To reach Roberta, please contact Lorraine at firstname.lastname@example.org