Lanie Frick is a horse riding, wilderness exploring, kayaking artist who paints her subjects with spirit, life and light. Her paintings show the passion that only a life growing up in the country, love of horses, and animals can express. She is a juried member of Women Artists of the West, Best of Missouri Hands, and her paintings are regularly accepted into regional and national shows.
Lanie is well known in the graphics industry for her horse designs which are frequently seen as graphics on trucks and trailers. You can also find them in equestrian catalogs as decals, metal art and embroidery on clothing. And now she is part of the Stencilgirl stable.
Lanie’s art career began around age three when she told her mother “I would like coloring books without pictures in them”. The basement became a testament to her artistic side as she left paint splashes on everything. Though receiving a college art scholarship, Lanie’s independent spirit chose to take the artistic road less traveled. She started a graphics/art business in 1984 making signs and painting horse and pet portrait commissions. Today she works and creates at her rural Missouri home. “I wasn’t born in a barn, but I paint and live in one now with two horses, a dog and cat. Living in the country feeds my Nature Soul, fueling the creative fire.”
View Lanie’s paintings at www.LanieFrick.com or on facebook.com/LanieFrickFineArt.