Those who view and purchase oil paintings by Louise comment about her vibrant colors as well as the quality of her brush strokes and lines. Her trademark is to work quickly with loose brush strokes in an impressionistic style.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Louise moved to Dallas, Texas in 1973 where she raised two children, volunteered in church and community activities, and worked as a commercial real estate broker. In 2001 she returned to Georgia, moving to St. Simons Island rich in history, beauty and tranquility. Here she was able to pursue her life goal of drawing and painting.
Louise's educational training includes a BFA degree in drawing and painting from the University of Georgia, four years of academic study with Jeanne Nelson Szabo, weekly studio sessions with Ken Wallin and numerous workshops with other nationally acclaimed artists. Travels to France, Italy and Mexico for study have further broadened and enriched her art experience. Juried memberships have included Georgia Coastal Artists serving as president for 3 years, The New Impressionists Society of Jacksonville, Florida, and Glynn Visual Arts.