Lori Pensini

Lori  Pensini
Ours is a family of pioneering stock, and I have a great love for and attachment to the land, fruit born from generations of the simple sorrows and the simple joys endured. From humble beginnings on a small horse farm, to the reverence of existence on a million acres north of the26th parallel, north of Perth some 1400kms, and north of anything remotely sentimental or 'womanly', inspiration was lived not searched. The shear expanse of the landscape, with its seamless ultramarine sky, and infinite horizon shimmering promises, offered a myriad of contradictions, greatness and trepidation, smallness and strength, fear, fight, love, loss. Isolation too Jekylled friend and foe, a sense of freedom, a heady mix of never ending enticing realism to dance nonsensical. The perfect illumination for an already fervent imagination.
Featured Piece
Lori  Pensini Harvest

Harvest
- Oil, acrylic, jarrah charcoal, spray paint and ink on canvas
100 x 140 cm
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Lori  Pensini The Dreaming
The Dreaming
Oil on Canvas  
100 x 120 cm
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Lori  Pensini The Evening star
The Evening star
Oil on Canvas  
150 x 150 cm
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Lori  Pensini The Great Emu War 1932
The Great Emu War 1932
Spray paint, charcoal & pen on canvas  
180 x 40 cm
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Lori  Pensini The Seed Colector
The Seed Collector
Oil on Canvas  
100 x 150 cm
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Lori  Pensini The Storytelling
The Storytelling
Oil on Canvas  
100 x 120 cm
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Lori  Pensini Wait a While
Wait a While
Oil on Canvas  
100 x 76 cm
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Lori  Pensini Waratah Girl
Waratah Girl
Oil on Canvas  
102 x 76 cm
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Lori  Pensini Wattle Blossom
Wattle Blossom
Oil on Canvas  
62 x 62 cm
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Lori  Pensini Weano Gorge
Weano Gorge
Oil, acrylic, jarrah charcoal, spray paint and ink on canvas  
122 x 101 cm
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Lori  Pensini Yandergin Country
Yandergin Country
Oil on Canvas  
150 x 120 cm
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