Laura Fontaine

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Fontaine - Comfort
Fontaine - Comfort $5,600.00
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Fontaine - Enlightened
Fontaine - Enlightened $5,350.00
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Fontaine - Wanderlust
Fontaine - Wanderlust $5,120.00
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Fontaine - Peace and Quiet
Fontaine - Peace and Quiet $4,900.00
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Fontaine - Favorite Fishing Hole
Fontaine - Favorite Fishing Hole $4,600.00
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Fontaine - Morning Grace - please call for more information
Fontaine - Morning Grace - please call for more information $4,600.00
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Fontaine - Morning Mist
Fontaine - Morning Mist $4,280.00
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Fontaine - Roses and Pears
Fontaine - Roses and Pears $3,600.00
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Fontaine - Lilies and Green Apples
Fontaine - Lilies and Green Apples $3,600.00
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Fontaine - Letting Go
Fontaine - Letting Go $3,200.00
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Fontaine- Enjoying the View
Fontaine- Enjoying the View Sold - $0.00
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Fontaine - Morning Flight
Fontaine - Morning Flight Sold - $0.00
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Fontaine - Lighten Up
Fontaine - Lighten Up Sold - $0.00
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Fontaine - Stillness
Fontaine - Stillness Sold - $0.00
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About the artist

Laura Lloyd Fontaine’s studio looks over the Lowcountry marsh of Charleston, S.C. When the tide is high, she paddles through the narrow creeks and marsh grass and into the Charleston Harbor. It is from this vantage point, close to the water in her kayak, that the bones of her landscape paintings emerge. As the sunsets, she takes countless photographs as the light sparkles across the water.

Laura was raised in Atlanta, Ga. Her mother Muffy Lloyd, was a very well known and respected interior designer in her time. Because of Laura’s exposure to beautiful art, antiques, and fabrics, her passion to create beautiful paintings was natural.

Laura graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art at Hollins College and continued her studies at the Philadelphia College of Art.  Today she paints large, softly abstracted marsh and seascapes that capture her love of water and nature.