Referred to as “the top American living female impressionist artist” and “The Grand Dame of Boston Painters,” Candace Lovely has sold throughout the world, creating idyllic scenes with a distinctly feminine flair. From her training at the Ateliers of Robert Cormier and Paul Ingbretson at The Boston School to painting the official portrait of First Lady Barbara Bush Lovely sees painting as “an act of life,” capturing people, places, and moments that tell an evocative story.

Art That Inspires

Referred to as “the top American living female impressionist artist” and “The Grand Dame of Boston Painters,” Candace Lovely has sold throughout the world, creating idyllic scenes with a distinctly feminine flair. From her training at the Ateliers of Robert Cormier and Paul Ingbretson at The Boston School to painting the official portrait of First Lady Barbara Bush Lovely sees painting as “an act of life,” capturing people, places, and moments that tell an evocative story.

     
"Paint to inspire - inspire to paint."

Discover the moment a young “Candy Lovely” was inspired to become an artist, and the evidences of those encounters that can be found woven throughout her creations today, from her “coloring book” methodology to her love of classic painters to the warmth of the red in each Lovely signature.

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"Paint to inspire - inspire to paint."

Discover the moment a young “Candy Lovely” was inspired to become an artist, and the evidences of those encounters that can be found woven throughout her creations today, from her “coloring book” methodology to her love of classic painters to the warmth of the red in each Lovely signature.

 
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