BC Artist creating landscape paintings and west coast art inspired by Canada’s Sunshine Coast.
Welcome to Lori Morris Paintings! I'm an artist from British Columbia, Canada, and have been creating vibrant landscape paintings of arbutus trees, madrone trees, and west coast art for over 10 years. My mission is to bring the beauty of nature to life with my artwork. I would love the opportunity to bring the beauty of the west coast art to your home. I invite you to explore my website and see the passion and detail I put into each piece. I also invite you to visit my Sechelt Art Gallery and enjoy my art person.
If you would like to learn to paint, I have taught over 800 people my painting techniques in my online painting course, please click here to see what that entails.
My Art Gallery Inspiration Video
“To immerse myself in a real, memorable place and then to lovingly recreate it on canvas is more than enjoyment, it is therapy.”
“I believe in the restorative power of beauty and I love noticing beauty in nature for the refreshment that it is. It is so good for the soul. Being still in the presence of beauty literally washes oﬀ the harsh realities of life.”
“Beauty is refreshing, calming, nurturing, and helpful. I wonder what the world would look like, if every time someone needed a “pick-me-up”, they stood in the middle of a forest, or on the shore of a beach.”
“The enjoyment of nature, the enjoyment of art as well as the enjoyment of music are all wonderful catalysts for bringing energy and abundant life to us. And there are so many metaphors for life while enjoying any one of them.”
“Starting and finishing a painting are two of my favourite parts. The mid-phase of my painting process is the hardest and I often get stuck right there when it’s only halfway done. It is at this point, when it looks the darkest and muddiest that it actually takes most faith to continue. Just like in life, if we want to get to the most beautiful part, we need to be faithful and not give up.”
“Often while I’m in the middle of a painting and it looks chaotic and messy… I am reminded that just like in life, this phase is necessary for the contrast of the brighter and more beautiful details to come. It’s all good and necessary, even the seemingly unbecoming parts.”
“My art is so intertwined with my relationship with God, His creation in nature is my inspiration as well as the place I like spending time with him most. I also invite him into my creative process and then have the joy of sharing the results with others.”