Life-long artist, Elouise Lane Quadros paints subjects from nature in a representational style. Her
present focus is flowers and birds in natural settings.
After earning a bachelor degree in fine art, Elouise worked for several years as a graphic designer and
illustrator. Deciding to take a break from that career path, she began giving private art lessons. This
turned into a very successful and rewarding business which spanned over 25 years. In addition to
teaching art Elouise has painted many commissioned portraits, architectural landscapes and still lifes.
Elouise is now fulfilling her life-long passion to devote herself exclusively to painting full time. She has
won numerous ribbons for her works at various art shows including best of show awards. Elouise was
also featured in the June 2020 issue of New Hampshire Magazine.
Elouise is by nature a true colorist and has always been drawn to the dynamic interplay of light and dark
and the vibrancy of color. Still loving to paint many subjects, she has found that flowers in nature are
the perfect subject to express her passion for light and shadow and color brilliance. To achieve the
luminosity in her work, she gradually builds many thin layers over a warm mid-tone base, which slowly
add saturation and contrast. Using this technique the colors remain translucent and pure, ultimately
achieving the desired effect.
Elouise grew up living in many locations in the US and for a short while lived abroad. She now resides in