Spotlight on Lori Warner

Trellis Home is honored to be able to share with you work from artist and friend Lori Warner.


A master printer in monotype, Lori’s work often references the landscape that surrounds her. This is particularly apparent in the vibrant colors and reflective qualities of her Bahamas monotypes. While an undergraduate she studied Photography as a double major, graduating with the highest honors from RISD and receiving the award for Excellence in Printmaking

Since her childhood, Lori has spent the majority of her winters in the Islands of the Bahamas. In 2009 she partnered with Staniel Cay Yacht Club to begin a series of printmaking workshops held throughout the year. During these workshops, she also creates a series of her own work. Lori’s original monotypes and limited edition giclee prints have steadily developed a strong following. In this series she captures the essence of the Islands through the colors of the water, flora and coral island landscape.

Anchored Thunderball

We are thrilled to be featuring four of her fabulous giclee prints from her Bahamaian series. These prints all complement each other in beautiful blue hues featuring seascapes inspired by the tranquil Carribbean. You can really fill a wall with some interesting visual images by mixing and matching two, three or even four together. Go on, dive in!


And, now that you’ve seen her work and love it as much as we do, you can try a hand at “printmaking in paradise” yourself! If you ever have an interest in attending one of her print workshops in the Bahamas in April, check out the link below to see last year’s brochure, and “like” her on Facebook to get the most up to date info on future workshops!

Just remember, great art can make your room exceptional. Lori’s giclee prints are a wonderful way to bring a bit of original artwork at a reasonable price into your home. Each time you look at your wall, it will bring a smile, we promise!

Art for art’s sake!!!

xo Allison + Liza

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