Artist that are represented by Liz Lane Gallery, an art gallery located in Homewood, Alabama. Representing artist Liz Lane, Lorrie Lane, Kellie Newsome, Joan Curtis, and Sister Art Pottery. This pages gives a bio of each artist and links to purchase their art online


Liz Lane

Growing up with an artist mother, Lorrie Lane and a musician father, Liz has been around art from day one. Liz moved to the Big Apple and worked in the fashion industry, but realized the south was the most conducive atmosphere to her creativity and returned to sweet home Birmingham, Alabama. Liz paints using watercolors, oils and any thing else she can get her hands on in her studio in back of Liz Lane Gallery. She creates a series of fashion paintings as well as abstract floras, landscapes, figures and non-representational work. Her abstract and landscape paintings are inspired by color, line, and depth. Using layers of oil paints and mixing soft smooth areas with more intense, textured areas, she strives to achieve a balance between calmness and chaos. Liz is collected in many homes and businesses nationally and now owns Liz Lane Gallery.

Lorrie Lane

 Lorrie Lane is an oil painter living in Tuscaloosa, AL. She paints landscapes, florals, portraits, and occasional sheep, as well as other subjects. Currently she is using a combination technique of palette knife and brush, allowing for both glossy texture and realistic detail.

      Lorrie Lane was born in upstate New York and graduated from Smith College in 1983. She has lived and painted in Tuscaloosa for over 30 years. Her work has evolved from pen and ink and watercolor to oil painting, and she has regularly exhibited at numerous shows and galleries in the Southeast.

Lorrie’s recent projects include teaching mural classes with the Alabama Prison Art and Education Project and curating rotating exhibits at the Betak/Frangoulis Gallery at Canterbury Chapel and Tuscaloosa Juvenile Court Lobby.  


Kellie Newsome

Kellie is a young and energetic artist sponsored by Atelier Interactive Paint. She teaches product workshops and a variety of specialty workshops around the south-east. She paints daily and produces work for several galleries and for clients all over the world. Her work is vibrant, full of life and ever-evolving. She has a strong passion for education and for sharing the love and joys of art.


Joan Curtis

Joan's vibrant colors and her free spirited style reflects her lifestyle. In each painting you can see her love of life! She graduated from the University of Alabama with a major in painting and a degree in Art Education. Joan lives in Vestavia Hills, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. She is also a Registered Nurse and works part time in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at UAB Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. She shares her painting talents by participating in art shows and festivals around the southeast. Her newest painting collection is full of vivid colors and delightful subject matter. The palette knife creates impressionistic paintings that will put a smile on your face each time you see it. Enjoy!


Anne Cohern

Based in Birmingham, AL but originally from Mississippi, she is an artist who works in watercolor, ink, oil, and acrylic. Anne is a self taught watercolor artist and professional architect. Her small scale works capture scenes from nature in a unique brightness and range of color.


Sister Art Pottery

JILL LINDSEY is a potter that works from a home studio in Homewood, Al.  She has been making pottery for about 10 years and loves participating in local art shows.

To achieve a unique look for every piece of pottery I use various clay colors, textures, and glazes. Pottery is made either on a wheel (wheel-thrown) or by the slab technique (handbuilt). All of my pottery is handbuilt. Starting with a slab of clay, each piece is formed and designed by hand. 

VALERIE HOLLEY's love for craft began at 6 years of age. Making fancy mud pies decorated with mimosa blooms was a childhood passion. Next came sewing, then cooking, followed by gardening. All of the craft experiences came together as I was nearing retirement from a 36 year nursing career. An opportunity to take a handbuilt pottery class presented itself and, boom all of the craft came together. I share my studio with my sister Jill Lindsey and together we have fun working and creating as Sister Art Pottery.

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