Welcome to my gallery/shop window - Please have a look around and enjoy my art.


I spent twenty-five very happy years as a ballet teacher, wishing I had the time to create pictures. Now, as I enjoy my retirement, I'm having a lot of fun painting and embroidering.  

Most of my pieces are for sale, with proceeds going to www.therobgeorgefoundation.org


For those of you who don't know me, art has become like a medicine for me.  Our youngest son, Rob, died aged 21 of leukaemia in 2013.  His last words to us were "Be Happy" and when I am making art, that is exactly what I am - sometimes a little frustrated, sometimes a little messy, but always happy! It truly helps keep the sadness at bay.  The Rob George Foundation was set up in loving memory of Rob.

Please email lorrainegeorge100@gmail.com

for further information, enquiries, commissions or help with making a purchase.  

Lorraine. x

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 Where I create....

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What's on my easel?

Lac Blu, Switzerland
100cms x 100cms

Acyrilic on stretched canvas
I love a big project - looking at this piece is like going on holiday!!

Would you like to commission a painting?

Testimonial from a satisfied customer/friend....


"I’m so pleased with my Tulip painting by the super talented Lorraine George. 
When I approached Lorraine to paint me a picture of tulips. Lorraine asked me questions about styles and types of materials. I wasn’t really sure what I wanted but somehow she managed to hit the nail on the head with “Silent Warriors”. I love how detailed and delicate this painting is. The colours bold and still dreamy. It looks amazing and brings a bit of spring to my kitchen. Just awesome!  
Lorraine donates 60% of her profit to “The Rob George Foundation” which makes it even more special. 
Thank you Lorraine!"

Gemma Mc.

Please email lorrainegeorge100@gmail.com if you would like to discuss a possible project.

Silent Warriors - Watercolour

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