Vivid colors, beautiful wild animals or gorgeous foreign lands are the hallmark of a Betty Lou work of art. Whether it is a detailed jungle scene or a flower market in Europe, her paintings grab you and hold your attention with her eye for amazing detail.
She has had the opportunity to travel to many locations to enhance her visual inspiration. The waterfalls, rain forest, gardens, and wild life preserves are the inspiration for her “Wild Life” paintings. The streets of European and South American cities and villages, canals of Venice, and flower markets through out the world have sparked her interest in “Travel” and “Floral” scenes.
Betty Lou Barry attended Syracuse University and has worked in both advertising and interior design. She has won numerous awards for her art. Currently she is on the board of the Boca Raton Museum of Art Artist Guild and is Chairperson of the Architectural Review Board where she lives.