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"Five and a Half Shades of Koi"
24" X 24" oil on canvas
"A Sublime Afternoon"
(View in Hartswell, Exuma, The Bahamas)
48" X 36" oil on canvas
Channeling Lapidus (55 Shades of Gray)"
48" X 60" oil on canvas
"Bee on Cannonball"
24" X24" oil on canvas
Sunday Morning in Jamaica
The latitudes between the equator and 25º North have long been the source of inspiration for artist Lisa Remeny. In 1980 she made her first visit to Jamaica, a defining journey that ignited her passion for tropical travel. During the next decade Remeny resided in both Jamaica and Florida, resulting in a deeper affinity for all things equatorial ~ sunlight and moonlight reflected on clouds and sea, lush fruits, exotic flowers and palms. From the Caribbean to the South Pacific, Remeny interprets her surroundings through paintings ranging from here to there... surreal to photo real.
Remeny lives in Coconut Grove, and paints on location throughout her travels in the tropics. Her work is in private and public collections worldwide.
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