Dare to Dream

PCTV Interview

Corinne Lapin Cohen See a 30 minute television interview on PCTV that aired last month, describing my artwork and what inspires me.

“Studio Visit – Work in Progress”

“Studio Visit – Work in Progress” was published on The Arts Business Institute blog, and Corinne Lapin Cohen is included.
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Contemporary Art

My contemporary paintings are done with oil or flashe paint. Often threads and twine are incorporated adding dimension and texture. The collages utilize re-used materials such as cardboard, broken mirrors, keys, and twine.

"For me, creative expression is not a choice but a passion- a basic necessity. I want to create art that evokes both thought and emotion. These works are intuitive energetic explorations.
When facing a blank canvas, I often don’t know what will appear.
My energy flows and a painting appears."
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?


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Fall Classes 2017

Fall Classes 2017

Fall class schedule: Botanical Art: Drawing and Watercolor StoneHouse Studio Every Thursday morning, beginning Sept 7th – December 14.   Choose any 12 weeks No class 9/21 or 11/23 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $450.

Filed in Classes by on September 19, 2017

Custom Sized Prints

Custom sized prints are now available to your specifications on canvas or paper.
Please contact Corinne for more information.

Botanical Art

Corinne Lapin-Cohen is a botanical artist, specializing in watercolor paintings on vellum or paper, as well as drawings using metalpointe and graphite.

She is an instructor and coordinator of botanical art classes at StoneHouse Studio in Katonah, Westchester County, NY. Her limited edition botanical giclee prints, as well as original watercolor, silverpoint and graphite works are widely collected.

In addition, her images are available for commercial use. Please inquire about commissions, freelance, licensing and publishing opportunities.
Botanical Art
Botanical Art
Confronting Cancer
Confronting Cancer


Where Have All The Flowers Gone

Where Have All The Flowers Gone

Works by Corinne Lapin Cohen At Chappaqua Station, Chappaqua November 27th – January 15th Opening reception: December 5th, 5:00 – 8:00 pm 1 Sutton Plaza, Chappaqua

Filed in Exhibitions by on November 15, 2017

Confronting Cancer Through Art

This is a series of paintings and works on canvas exploring the scarring and complexity of emotions once a diagnosis of cancer is given.

Scarring is both physical and emotional to those with cancer, but cancer also scars family and friends. Feelings from raging anger, pain, denial, anxiety, fear, depression, hope and sometimes joy are battle scars of confronting cancer.
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