Lori Kiplinger Pandy is a graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design. Her background in athletics and gymnastics gave her a unique understanding of the human body and she excelled in figurative work.
Since graduating from Ringling, Lori has worked as an award-winning illustrator and sculptor. Internationally published, she has painted over 25 book covers for McGraw-Hill and illustrated more than a dozen children’s books and created art for the Tennessee Valley Authority. She has also sculpted 200 of bas-reliefs for Image Creations of Florida and painted 60 murals for the Manatee Glens Hospital. Additionally, Lori’s fine art paintings and sculpture have been sold in galleries from Florida to Colorado where she has won several awards for her work.
She displays her classical figure sculpture and portraits at the renowned Loveland Sculpture Invitational and is an associate member of the National Sculpture Society, the Women Artists of the West and the American Women Artists associations.
Sculpting the human form is Lori's passion and she creates her contemporary classical ceramic and bronze sculptures from her studio at the foothills of the Rockies in Northern Colorado.