From fox hunting scenes to coastal villages to historic farm countrysides, Lisa Curry Mair’s warm color palette and thoughtful compositions lead the eye into another place and time. Meticulously painted on canvas, in a style reminiscent of 19th century imagery.
Custom murals, hand painted on canvas, showcase beautiful historic country scenes and transport you back in time, to a more peaceful era. Wrapping around the viewer, these paintings are suitable for a front entry, dining room or anywhere in your home where you want to bring a special landscape indoors.
Custom murals, hand painted on canvas, showcase beautiful historic New England scenes, or fox hunting scenes or rural scenes in your front hallway, dining room or anywhere in your home. These paintings wrap around the room and transport you back in time, to a more peaceful era.
With over 20 years of experience creating floorcloths for homes all around the world, Lisa Curry Mair now focuses her floorcloth work on “Paintings for the floor.” Exquisite works of art which you can walk on! These floorcloths are durable, practical and beautiful!
From a studio on the 18th century Henry Gould Farm in Perkinsville, Vermont, artist Lisa Curry Mair creates custom murals, paintings and floorcloths, meticulously painted on canvas. Painting in a folk-art style reminiscent of 19th century mural painter Rufus Porter, her murals and paintings are designed in consultation with the home owner and embellished with personal touches – houses, local landmarks, as well as people and animals special to the client.
Winter is an interesting season here in Vermont. The weather changes so quickly until it doesn't. We had a solid ten days of excruciating cold and then we had 60 degrees and rain. My horse, Kate, boards for the winter at a nearby farm where there is an indoor arena so...read more
As I sit and write today the chickadees are nibbling at my feeder, the furnace is shutting off now and then and there's a sense of "softening" out there. The last two weeks have been brutal. Each day seemed to get colder than the one before it. My guys in the barn...read more
Christmas. So much to do. Lists are piling up faster than they're shrinking, and then I can't even find them. But in the midst of all this turmoil, I relish the serenity. What? How can that happen? Every night when I walk back over from the barn and admire the candles...read more