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.
I have been painting a lot of horses this year and this makes me very happy! As I layout and compose a painting, I think about what colors are going to work best with each new piece. Yesterday I did a little pencil sketch to start thinking about a new painting. As I...read more
I was drawn to this place from my first step inside. Even though the couple we bought it from had spent 2 years turning Tom Clark's studio into an apartment, and carpets hung over doorways to keep the drafts out of the dingy, cut-up space, I could feel Tom's presence....read more
Every summer I head to Bridgton, Maine for a couple of days to teach a floorcloth painting class at the Rufus Porter Museum. Bridgton is a great little town a little west of Portland, where many of Rufus Porter's murals have settled. I love teaching this class, as...read more