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Art by Laurie Snow Hein

Laurie Snow Hein

Laurie Snow Hein was raised in South Florida, graduated from Clewiston High School and attended Columbus College of Art & Design in Ohio, on a full scholarship. As a mother of six, a breeder of Haflinger Horses, an art Instructor, a portrait artist and nationally distributed illustrator, Laurie portrays the beauty of creation and heart through her art. Published by Arts Uniq', Inc. in Open and Limited Edition Lithographic prints; Cards; Needlepoint Design; Calendars; Wearing Apparel and multiple gift items; Laurie has produced designs for such companies as Current, Inc; Marion Heath; Enesco; Airwaves; Peeking Needle Craft; Roxbury Twain; Multnomah Books and Home Interiors, Inc. Subject matter for recent images include gardens, botanicals and tropicals that capture the southern landscape along with garden gates and pathways from her travels. A member of the Atlanta Portrait Society and the Portrait Society of America, Laurie is actively painting portrait commissions and is available for commissioned paintings of children, adults, corporate, and pet portraits. Her love of children, animals and gardens is demonstrated in her many illustrations and in a new series called "Garden Angels". Listed in "Who's Who in American Art", a few of her many Shows and Art Festivals include Ann Arbor Stare Street (MI); Chicago Tribune; Powers Crossroads (GA); Winter Park Art Festival, Gasparilla (Tampa, Fl); Naples National; Naples; Los Olos; Under the Oaks (Vero, Fl); Art in the Park (Plantation, Fl); and many other art festivals, museum and gallery shows.

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Do You Know?

Which one of our Featured Artists painted himself into a picture for Time?

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  • Answer: Todd Schorr
    Not only did Schorr paint the cover for the January 18, 1982 issue of Time Magazine but he used himself for the model as well.