Welcome to the brand new Lori Earley website! Here's the latest news
Where have I been? Well, for those of you who may not have heard, I sadly had to take a hiatus from my art several years ago to have many corrective surgeries from complications due to my Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS). EDS is a rare genetic connective tissue disorder that causes weak and faulty collagen, which is the "glue" that holds the entire body structure together. To read about what EDS is click here: What is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome? I want everyone to know though that I am literally doing everthing I possibly can to help improve my condition with the help of a special team of doctors at the Mayo Clinic. I am determined to get back to my art soon one day. For more info, please visit the FAQ page here on this site where I answer all your questions and explain my condition more. In the meantime, please enjoy this new website, which features:
•A complete catalogue of my art for the first time ever! Higher quality, more accurate images of artwork
• An updated, revised FAQ section and biography
• New limited edition prints for sale at the store
And more limited edition prints will be coming soon! To be notified when the new limited edition prints become available and to be updated with the latest news and exhibitions, subscribe to the Lori Earley emailing list:
LORI EARLEY'S PAINTING "THE END OF THE JOURNEY" ON regular DISPLAY IN MEXICO CITY
Lori Earley's oil painting titled "The End of the Journey" will be on regular display at Fundación Amparo y Manuel (AMMA) in Mexico City. The foundation's address is: Las Flores 50, Colonia Tlacopac San Ángel, Del. Álvaro Obregón, CP. 01040, Ciudad de México (Mexico City). For more information on AMMA, visit: www.fundacionamma.org
About a week after her "Fade to Gray" solo show opening night in 2008 in New York City, Lori had two drawings stolen from her right off the walls of the gallery. The first stolen drawing, eerily titled "Awaiting..." is 12" x 16" and is in a 20" x 24" white ornate oval frame. The second drawing titled "Aprella" is 8" x 10" and is in a 14" x 16" white ornate frame.
The thief, Mikel Lemoine, was caught... however, the two drawings still remain missing to this day. If you or anyone you know has information as to where they may be, please contact the studio at +1 (732) • 687 • 4603 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We would greatly appreciate it and are offering a reward for their return. Thank you!