Murray Hill Sunrise


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at Lana-L-Nelson

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Murray Hill Sunrise
Lana Nelson

The Intruder


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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The Intruder
Lana Nelson

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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Coach Stop #1 by
Lana Nelson

Coach Stop #2 by


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Coach Stop #2 by
Lana Nelson

Farm Fields by


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Farm Fields by
Lana Nelson

Going Home by


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Going Home by
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Lillies by


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Lillies by
Lana Nelson

Now and Then


Image of artist Lana Nelson

Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Now and Then
Lana Nelson

Wild Life Reserve


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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Wild Life Reserve
Lana Nelson

North Head Lighthouse


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Lana L. Nelson

I’ve always had an interest in creating. Early on it was expressed through music, dance, costume design, crafts and then planning customer information and graphic “way finding” for public transportation. But nothing has called to me more than wanting to paint with oil.

After a long and rewarding career, I decided my next chapter in life should finally include oil painting. I continue to participate in a variety of workshops, critiques and shows. I’m slowly honing my own style. I’m delighted that my eyes have learned to see more keenly the beauty of nature and the world around us. The abundance of possibilities for capturing a feeling or a concept onto a canvas excites me every day. There is both anxiety and thrill in facing an empty white canvas and building step by step an image that brings pleasure and joy.

I do love color and often tell a story in my work; therefore when you look at my selection of work for the Village Gallery of Art website you will see country and city landscapes, a seascape, pygmy goats making friends with a little girl, and farm plantation road where a coach travels and family of crows wait for a ride on their days off from the corn field. Then in another aspect, I hope you can sense dance music from another time in “Now and Then-the Beaverton History Center”. 

You can see more of my work on Facebook at www.LanaLNelson.com

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North Head Lighthouse
Lana Nelson
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