Lolly Owens works with acrylic, inks and oil pastels to create figures, real and imagined, and evocative landscapes. Her technique involves centering herself with a short meditation and then allowing layers of paint to flow and dry, flow and dry again and again until her intention is fulfilled. Her work is textural and is often on archival board. Inspired by color, Owens looks to unveil the unseen or overlooked. She is passionate about the protecting the environment. Owens is a Nautilus Fellow Member of the International Society of Experimental Artists, a member of the National Association of Women Artists and the National Association of Pen Women. Her most recent exhibits were in St. Alberts Gallery, Canada (September, 2022) and One Art Space Gallery in NYC (October, 2022). She is delighted to return to Canonsburg where she spent the first 5 years of her life with Grandma in a little white house Giffin Avenue.