Lori Robeau is an interdisciplinary artist who creates mixed-media/encaustic paintings and installation art about the disjointed relationship between humankind and the natural world. She received her MFA in Visual Arts from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work has been collected and exhibited nationally in group and solo exhibitions including: Illinois State University Galleries, Normal, IL; Duxbury Art Museum, Duxbury, MA; Pearl Street Gallery, Hartford, CT; The Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich, CT; the Warwick Museum of Art, Warwick, RI; and Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY. She was a founding director and curator of the Blackstone River Gallery in Woonsocket, RI, and founding board member and Executive Director of the Vernon Community Arts Center in Vernon, CT. Currently, Lori is an adjunct instructor and the Visual Arts Assistant for the Department of Art at Western Connecticut State University.