Artist Brooke Lutz

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"...Your portraits are more than likeness and expression. They tell a story."  H.A.L.

Ms. Lutz has been a passionate artist since childhood. She is a native of the Washington, DC area and of Fairfax County, Virginia in the historic area of Clifton.  As a child, Ms. Lutz attended Benjamin Acres Country Day School, a small private school just outside of Washington, which focused on the richness of the arts, where she fondly remembers drawing a crowd around her in Kindergarten, "...where the adventure began".  She had created a bowl out of papier mache and painted it white with a flower of every color in the center. She then presented it to the teacher upon which the teacher proudly complimented her work and exhibited the piece to the class. Her teacher then asked if she could help her sign her work, since she could not yet write.  She then very carefully painted her initials, JBS, in red just under and to the right of the flower.  They followed every movement of the paint brush.  This first experience with art was unforgetful and the impression was an everlasting one.    
"Ms. Lutz is indeed a master of the old tradition. The technique she uses creates a glow which makes the subject come alive." - T.L.M.  
"Brooke Lutz excels today and approaches every portrait with such enthusiasm.  Capturing the essence of her subject's personality and charm is paramount to her." - M.L.   Beginning her formal training at the age of 16, Ms. Lutz attended Virginia Commonwealth University and continued on at Wake Forest University and earned degrees in Fine Art and Art Education at High Point University and Salem College. 
"Lutz's love for children shines through in her portraits.  She likes, as she says to, 'catch the gleam in their eyes and special grin that captivates each parent and grandparent." -C. Peterson, Forsyth Woman Magazine, 2007 "Children are such a pure joy.  They [...]

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