Lorraine W Trenholm
Lorraine Wallace Trenholm was born in New York, where she lived until completing her studies as a painting major at Pratt Institute, in the late 60's.
She studied with Lois Griffel and Henry Hensche of the Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown and attended the 1987 session of the Vermont Studio School.
Lorraine Trenholm's artwork appears in Lois Griffel's book, "Painting the Impressionist Lanscape." She is a member of 21 in Truro, the Chatham Creative Arts Center and the Cape Cod Art Association. Lorraine's paintings are in private collections in the U.S and abroad.
Explore the beauty that surrounds Lorraine as she works through her beautiful landscapes, done in either pastel or oil.
Beautiful collages and paintings for Salukis. Lorraine's love for this beautiful breed shows in her wonderful creations showing Salukis in all their wonderful ways.
Lorraine captures the essence of the animals that share this world with us.
Capturing the beauty, tranquility and wildness of the ocean, Lorraine's images evoke the emotions.
Capturing the colours, textures and beauty of everything in her life, Lorraine brings to her still life the same depth of feeling as she does in all her other paintings.