LILLIAN ANNA BLOUIN
“’A Million Little Pieces’ is a series of paintings representing the periodic table of elements. Each painting characterizes a different element and each communicates through objects the essence of that element. This projects goal was to depict the unique properties of each element through symbolism.”
Lillian Anna Blouin is a California fine art painter. Born in North Carolina she spent her childhood in a number of different states including, Massachusetts and Arizona, before moving to Southern California in 2001.
She received her BA in Illustration from Laguna College of Art and Design in 2011 and later went on to try and build a successful career as an illustrator. However, she quickly found much more fulfillment within the fine art community after showcasing in several galleries within California. In 2013 she was given the great honor of being accepted for the first time as a Festival of the Arts Exhibitor and would go on to showcase again the following year. That same year she traveled to San Francisco and enrolled in Academy of Art University where in 2017 she received her MFA in Fine Art painting.
After returning to Southern California she then went on to showcase in the LAAA’s National Survey Exhibition in Los Angles and the National Juried Small Works Exhibition in Clifton Springs, NY. She also briefly interned at the Laguna Beach Museum of Art, further entrenching herself within the Laguna Beach artist community.
An award-winning artist and devoted student of hyper-realism Lillian Anna Blouin’s unique style of painting seeks to bridge together the worlds of the real and the unreal. Each piece is a surreal exploration of everyday objects with multiple interpretations behind each painting.