Lorri Acott

associate member

Lorri Acott’s impressionistic figurative sculptures reside in private and public collections throughout the US and abroad. A favorite of collectors and critics alike, Lorri’s work receives a powerful emotional response wherever it is placed. Living in the mountains of Colorado, she has found the idea place to nurture her creative spirit. Lorri is the co-founder of DreamBigSculpture.com, a company specializing in the creation of large scale artwork for both corporate and public collections worldwide. Lorri’s most recent public art installations include: “Who Rescued Who” for Hobbs, New Mexico , “First Love” and “Arc of Peace” installed in Little Rock, AR, 11ft “Conversation with Myself” for the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, And the 12ft “Peace” for the Geller Center in Fort Collins, CO. “Peace” was selected by The Michigan ACLU as art to change the world in 2014 and was honored by the World Citizens Artists organization in 2015.

associate member

Lorri Acott

Lorri Acott’s impressionistic figurative sculptures reside in private and public collections throughout the US and abroad. A favorite of collectors and critics alike, Lorri’s work receives a powerful emotional response wherever it is placed. Living in the mountains of Colorado, she has found the idea place to nurture her creative spirit. Lorri is the co-founder of DreamBigSculpture.com, a company specializing in the creation of large scale artwork for both corporate and public collections worldwide. Lorri’s most recent public art installations include: “Who Rescued Who” for Hobbs, New Mexico , “First Love” and “Arc of Peace” installed in Little Rock, AR, 11ft “Conversation with Myself” for the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, And the 12ft “Peace” for the Geller Center in Fort Collins, CO. “Peace” was selected by The Michigan ACLU as art to change the world in 2014 and was honored by the World Citizens Artists organization in 2015.