Lousie Lopina's Wild Brook Studio
Louise’s paintings focus on nature. Whether painting in Tanzania or in the remote southeastern Yukon Territory, she is influenced by the natural beauty around her.

Her "View From the Top" painting of two Snow Leopards was selected to be the commemorative
print for the 5th International Snow Leopard Symposium, and The International Snow Leopard Preservation Trust has distributed this compelling print throughout the world. Her oil of a Snow Leopard
and Blue Sheep in Hemis National Park, India was selected again for the Commemorative Poster
for the 8th International Symposium in Islamabad, Pakistan, and it was later reproduced for the c
over of a Russian Conservation journal. She has illustrated six volumes of the Russell Annabel Adventure Series published by Safari Press.  In 2009, The American Kennel Club in celebration of their
125th Anniversary, commissioned her to paint a 30x40 inch oil painting io hang in their Madison Avenue,
New York office and the image of which was used for their 2009 AKC Eukanuba National Championship Commemorative Poster.

She completed thirteen, five by seven foot, wildlife oil paintings of the Adirondacks for Ken Stewart’s Lodge in Bath,Ohio and a four by seven foot nautical oil painting for the Dana Point Yacht Club.  Many of her wildlife oil paintings and animal prints are in public and private collections throughout the world. Her oil paintings have been juried into several Southern California Plein Air Painters Association (SOCALPAPA) shows and won the Artist’s Choice Award at the Newport Back Bay October 2006 Show. She has been in  the prestigious Bennington (VT) Center for the Arts Exhibitions, Impressions of New England and Art of the Animal Kingdom VIII.

Louise is a Signature member and former Exhibition Chairman for the Society of Animal Artists, a member of the Southern CA Plein Air Painters and the United Society of Pastel Artists.  She is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and The World Dictionary of International Biography.  She is represented by
Blackhawk Gallery in Saratoga, Wyoming.