Page Lee Hufty
Page Lee Hufty's painting is vibrant and alive, bold and bright. Her work delights the eye with fresh perceptions. It is an art of simplicity and joy. Her work hangs in the collections of heads of state, embassies, major corporations, the CIA, and noted private collectors across the US and abroad.
Among her recent work is a series of floral paintings done at the behest of the distinguished arbiter of taste and author, Carolyne Roehm. This stunning series of floral portraits was based upon flowers from Carolyne Roehm’s book, Flowers published by Potter Style. The flowers were grown in Carolyne Roehm’s own extensive and renowned gardens at her historic house, Weatherstone, in Connecticut. These images are available here as striking limited edition prints in two sizes.
Page Lee’s other work includes recurring themes that depict dog portraits, birds, still lifes landscapes, and architectural portraits. Her work was most recently exhibited at the distinguished Carleton Hobbs Gallery in New York, and her press coverage has included the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Town & Country Magazine, Quest Magazine, The Palm Beach Post, Aspen Magazine and numerous other publications.