Lois Kilberg works under the name "Lois Legacy Art LLC" as the sole owner and artist. Her goal is to create lasting legacies through art. Lois is a realist artist working primarily in watercolor and also fluent in digital art, charcoal, and pencil techniques. She lives in Hudson, NH, and her art is found in many private collections in the U.S. She has received numerous commissions and has participated in public art projects, including creating art for the Iron Rangers at the Wachusett Mountain State Reservation, MA.
Lois is inspired by nature and geography with its ever-inspiring topography. Her subject matter ranges from still life to historic buildings and landmarks to landscapes. She is recognized for her unique, artistically rendered, and to-scale topographical maps created using archival paper.
Her many juried exhibitions and awards include an Award of Merit from Manhattan Arts International in “The Healing Power of ART” 2019 exhibition. Her painting was also selected for a juried exhibition presented by the New England Watercolor Society, juried by Tony van Hasselt, AWS, internationally known watercolor artist and teacher. She has also had exhibitions in the Brush Gallery in Lowell, MA and in the Masssachusetts State House.
Creating meaningful art through watercolor paintings and 3D topographic maps.