Louise Lopina

Louise began a stellar art career in grammar school when she made the finals of the National Scholastic Art Awards at Canegie Institute in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

Following a B.S. degree from Purdue University, she furthered her art study with Don Dennis (A.W.S. Watercolorist ) and Lawrence Harris (oil painter). Louise has traveled through America Australia, Africa, and Europe, living for several years in London. She has specialized in Old English and Shetland Sheepdogs – both as owner of the first American Champion Old English Sheepdog, and world wide seller of her prints of such dogs. Her paintings are in many collections, including Neil

Diamond recording studio, the Bronx Zoo, Nissequoque Golf Club, and Dana Point Yacht Club.

She can be found in Who’s Who – in American Art, American Women in the West, in the World – and Outstanding People of the 20th Century.