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Voices & Visions: Lori McNee

Lori McNee is an artist, author, social media influencer, blogger, and art educator. She is the Author of “Fine Art Tips”, and host of her own T.V show “Art Beat with Lori McNee”. Lori is known for her stunning landscape and wildlife paintings that have been featured in numerous publications and galleries. Through her paintings, Lori reconnects the audience with the natural world, a world perhaps that many people today have become separate from.


Avery: I hope you all enjoy this interview with Lori, I know she is a busy person, so I am grateful for the opportunity to chat with her! Lori is a talented wildlife artist I think many aspiring painters can learn from, her work depicts nature in a gentle, beautiful, and magical way. As always I hope you find benefit from this interview, and so long as people keep enjoying these artist conversations I will continue to make them!

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Want to see more? Check out our last interview with Poet, Author, and Musician: Sean Seid

Voices & Visions: Paul Howard

Paul Howard is a Los Angeles based film-maker and activist. He is the director of the online documentary series “Ann Asks” and its complimentary feature-length film “A Pebble in the Pond.” Paul strives to create content that is impactful, positive, and inspiring, and his films show it. “Ann Asks” starring Ann Benson is a series that believes in people and the good we can do when we take action. The series wants you to be inspired to ask: How can I Create Ripples too?

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In Abstract Dimensions – Poetry Collection

In Abstract Dimensions is another poetry collection I put together, full of both rhymed, and free-verse poems of no particular theme. This collection spans from poetry I wrote years ago, to poetry I created this year. Inspiration came from experiences, dreams, and brain-stormed ideas. Although I did not put any of my art in this one (except for the cover) this book ended up being over 40 pages of poetry!

The backgrounds are my hand at digital art, so I hope you’ll enjoy them!

-Kai