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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Laine Bachman

 

Second Nature

 

Cavern, acrylic, 48x58 in

Garden Guests, acrylic, 48x36 in

Carnival, acrylic, 42x52 in

Undeserted, acrylic, 50x66 in

Diamond Forest, acrylic, 48x50 in

Galaxsea, acrylic, 48x48 in (round)

Orchids and Avians, acrylic, 24x48 in

Canopy, acrylic, 48x48 in (round)

Pondering, acrylic, 48x36 in

Below the Mangrove, acrylic, 42x42 in (round)

Rocky Pool, acrylic, 34x44 in, SOLD

Tourmaline Sea, acrylic, 20x24 in

Blackwater, acrylic, 24x30 in

Marsmosses, acrylic, 24x20 in, SOLD

 

Additional Available Work

 

Hummingbird Bouquet, acrylic

Biosphere, acrylic

Laine Bachman, Underwater Garden, acrylic on canvas, Sherrie Gallerie

Underwater Garden, acrylic

 

Slug with Lichen, acrylic

 

Bayou, acrylic

 
 

Eye Bouquet, acrylic, 20.5x16.5 in

 
 

Floral with Shells, acrylic

 
 

Rose Moss, watercolor, 13x11 in

 
 

artist info

Laine Bachman earned her degree in Fine Arts at the Columbus College of Art and Design. Upon graduating, she stayed in columbus and has continued painting for the past 20 years.

Throughout the years Laine has had work included in several juried exhibitions and group shows at OAL, the Riffe Gallery, The Concourse Gallery, Carnegie Gallery, and the Southern Ohio Museum of Art, and her work has garnered a number of awards and is in many private collections.

Often inspired by myths and folklore, Bachman infuses the world she creates with archetypal imagery, whimsical themes, decorative motifs, and meticulous details. Working in watercolor and acrylics, her paintings are full of creatures and landscapes that are all part of the larger story behind her work. She continues to paint on a daily basis and show regularly at Sherrie Gallerie.

"These works expose unique environments in which I explore and pay homage to various forms of life I find fascinating and mysterious in nature. I use vast landscapes to showcase these life forms, showing the spaces between and the surfaces above and below. The worlds I create are hidden and untouched by man, and give the viewer a glimpse into the secret lives of their peculiar inhabitants. There are many niches with animals hiding within the work that might not be noticed at first glance. Whether it's a desert, forest, or coral reef I include a variety of plants and animals that could reside in those realms. Through the process of creating these intricate realms, I’ve become more instinctive and intuitive in the way I approach my paintings, almost as if this new body of work is my "Second Nature.” - Laine Bachman