Minnie Lippiatt

"While I seek my truth I manipulate your reality"

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Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
Astro Panda by Minnie Lippiatt
16 x 12
 
 
Minnie Lippiatt 16 months ago
This painting will be part of a series. I am working on a title. It will have animals in space and in a mother space ship. It will be a modern story of Noah''s Ark. PLEASE NOTE: final scan of piece will not have center line. We will not print until it''s perfect!

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
21 months ago 
Butterfly by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 4 x 4
 
More information to come on availability.
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
21 months ago 
Rose by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 4 x 4
 
More Information To Come On Availability.
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
21 months ago 
The Silverlining by Minnie Lippiatt
15.5 x 8.5
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
23 months ago 
Loving Arms by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 14 x 18
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
24 months ago 
Loving Horses by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 8 x 3.25
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
24 months ago 
Lightning Strikes by Minnie Lippiatt
4 x 4
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
24 months ago 
Fishin by Minnie Lippiatt
3.25 x 8
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
24 months ago 
Gold Country by Minnie Lippiatt
3.25 x 8
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
24 months ago 
Autumn Wonder by Minnie Lippiatt
3.25 x 8
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
25 months ago 
Grimble by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 17 x 11
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Lory State Park by Minnie Lippiatt
22 x 28
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Angel by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 20 x 16
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Lost Prairie by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 11 x 17
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
Aspen View by Minnie Lippiatt
Acrylic 11 x 17
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
26 months ago 
59 by Minnie Lippiatt
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
28 months ago 
Penguin Family by Minnie Lippiatt
8 x 5
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
28 months ago 
Tiger by Minnie Lippiatt
Watercolor
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
28 months ago 
One Bison by Minnie Lippiatt
8 x 5
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
31 months ago 
Blooming Touch by Minnie Lippiatt
Pencil
 
 

 
Minnie Lippiatt Posted Artwork 
31 months ago 
The Fox by Minnie Lippiatt
11 x 14
 
 

 



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Community Creative Center at the Historic Carnegie
Fort Collins, Colorado - 970-416-2069


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Biography
Minnie Lippiatt was born and raised in the concrete jungle of East Los Angeles. Art was always a major love of this young child and she excelled in it as early as preschool, and all through her primary education extending into her art courses at Pasadena Community College. In 2002 she and her family moved to Loveland, Colorado where she continues her love of art. Minnie is drawn to a variety of subjects which she visualizes both awake and from dreams, incorporating those things that catch her imagination and allowing them to inspire her creativity for her paintings. She creates in many mediums from photography, ink and pencil sketches, to mixed media and acrylic painting on paper and multiple types of canvases. Her artwork is offered in many sizes, originals and prints. ? While trees have always been a favorite subject for this artist from a concrete jungle (as she feels a connectedness to trees, sees nature's beauty in them all while noticing their similarities to people) it only makes sense that her newest passion surfaced when she discovered wood canvases a couple of years ago and fell in love with the process that allows her to find images given to her through the wood grain. She uses acrylic paints mixed with a flow aide medium to make the work translucent so that most of the wood grain show through. She then coats the work with a UV-protective coating. Wood canvases are recycled from pallets and other wood sources that do not harm healthy living trees. She loves that the wood grain creates images of nature for her to bring out on these beautiful wood canvases. As an artist, it is her hope that her art will inspire both children and adults to have a positive outlook, regardless of their [...]

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