Claim to fame
She discovered her distinct style and fondness for painting deeply personal subject matter. She then began her journey towards becoming a professional oil painter through fine art training at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her innate passion for expressing mood and emotion on canvas and paper along with her mastery of technique in oil and graphite was soon recognized.
Life and work
Lori Earley was born in Rye, New York. She studied oil painting at the School of Visual Arts in New York City where she received an Illustration BFA. Her work has appeared in several exhibitions including solo shows in Seattle, Santa Monica, New York City and London. Earley describes her work as "a combination of classical realistic rendering with a personal element of accentuation."
Earley's work has appeared in NYArts Magazine, The New York Post, WeAr Magazine, Bon Magazine, Fefé Magazine, Juxtapoz Magazine, Elegy, Rojo Magazine, Direct Art Magazine, Trafﬁc, The New York Sun, Fine Art Magazine, The L Magazine, Hi Fructose Magazine, and Home and Garden Magazine.
- (2014) "The Devil's Pantomime", Opera Gallery, New York, New York
- (2009) "Laments and Lullabies", Opera Gallery, London, England
- (2008) "Fade to Gray", Jonathan Levine Gallery, New York, New York
- (2007) "Anima Sola", Opera Gallery, New York, New York
- (2006) "Estranged", Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, California 
- (2005) Roq la Rue, Seattle, Washington
- (2009) "Worlds on Fire", Curated by the Shooting Gallery and Will. i. am, Pacific Electric Lofts, Los Angeles, CA
- (2008) "Crimes On Canvas", Curated by M Modern Gallery, Las Vegas, Nevada
- (2008) Roq La Rue 10th Anniversary Group Exhibition, Seattle, Washington
- (2008) "Made in New York", Opera Gallery, New York, New York
- (2006) "Arcanum", Strychnin Gallery, New York, New York
- (2005) "The Pony Project", The Milk Gallery, New York, New York
- (2005) "Sin", Excellent Virtu Gallery, DeLand, Florida
- (2005) "Goddess", Opera Gallery, New York, New York
- (2005) "Idols of Perversity", Bellwether Gallery, New York, New York
- (2005) "Pop Pluralism", Jonathan LeVine Gallery, New York, New York
- (2004) Fuse Gallery, New York, New York