Lois Griffel

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Lois Griffel’s life’s passion as an artist and teacher began at a very early age. While teaching art in public school, she began her professional training at the Art Student’s League in New York, where she studied classical painting and portraiture with Ray Kinstler, Harvey Dinnerstein, and others. She later moved to Provincetown where she spent 10 summers painting street portraits. At that time she studied at the Cape Cod School of Art with Henry Hensche, renown for his color theory and painting principles.

Hensche became Lois’ friend, mentor and a major influence on her art. At Hensche’s retirement in 1986, she became the third director of the school which is recognized for its legacy of modern Impressionist techniques and is credited as the founding influence of Provincetown’s art colony.
Visit Lois’s Website: www.LoisGriffel.com
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