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Lori Klopp is an award-winning illustrator, painter, designer and educator based in New York, whose figurative work is defined by a saturated, bawdy palette. She earned an MFA in Illustration from Syracuse University in 2013. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Toronto, Arkansas, New Mexico and California.

Lori’s illustrations have been recognized in international juried competitions such as 3x3 Illustration Annual #10, CMYK Magazine's Top 100 New Creatives (forthcoming), Applied Arts Magazine’s 2014 Photography & Illustration Awards, Creative Quarterly’s CQ35, as well as the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles’ 52nd Illustration West Competitio… Read More
Lori Klopp is an award-winning illustrator, painter, designer and educator based in New York, whose figurative work is defined by a saturated, bawdy palette. She earned an MFA in Illustration from Syracuse University in 2013. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Toronto, Arkansas, New Mexico and California.

Lori’s illustrations have been recognized in international juried competitions such as 3x3 Illustration Annual #10, CMYK Magazine's Top 100 New Creatives (forthcoming), Applied Arts Magazine’s 2014 Photography & Illustration Awards, Creative Quarterly’s CQ35, as well as the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles’ 52nd Illustration West Competition.

Her paintings have been juried into international and national exhibitions such as Women Take Flight at Fayetteville Underground Gallery, the International Juried Exhibition at the Rochester Erotic Arts Festival, Salon de Eros at Greenpoint Gallery, Male-Man: Women Artists Depicting Men at Las Laguna Gallery, the 84th Annual Juried Open Exhibition of the National Art League, Me, Myself & I at Eastern New Mexico University and COLOR! at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition.

Lori is interested in politics and editorial subject matter. She loves to draw and paint people, whether they are sitting for a formal portrait or sleeping on the subway. Read Less
This series satirizes the pinups that were popular in the mid-twentieth century, particularly those by Gil Elvgren, a proliferate illustrator of cheesy pinups for calendars and advertisements.
This portrait series celebrates women who have achieved power in contemporary American politics.
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