Loretta Domaszewski

Fine Artist


  As a visual artist I see the world through light, layers, and pathways.

Through my expression of art ...experience the powerful spirit of nature.

“Loretta is able to work with the paint to actually create light. 

She has such a deep connection to the earth as a living body.

The physicality of it, the shape and curves, the way light travels through the water, the arc of a valley, the form and movement of the land, the patterns of a current. 

She speaks a universal language”.

Loretta Domaszewski, is an oil painter who creates visual poetry. Painting En plein air, alla prima, or in the studio, Loretta concentrates on the act of painting; meditating, visualizing, creating expressive fluid gestures with bold saturated color and rich texture. She is inspired by the changing elements in nature; movement of flowing water patterns, cloud formations, and the play of light.

Spirit of place is the inspiration for landscape oil paintings with a deeper interpretation of the “journey”.  Domaszewski’s paintings draw you in, as to explore the illuminated pathway, created with layers of color transparencies and subtle blending transitions, made from natural earth and mineral pigments.

Loretta has a BFA from Tufts University and the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, and a K-12 Art Teaching Certificate from Brandeis University. She is a former art instructor at the Nantucket Island School of Design and Art, Nantucket, MA. and Bozeman High School, Bozeman, Montana. Loretta teaches innovative workshops for adults, children, seniors, special needs, and cancer support in Bozeman and throughout the United States.

Domaszewski is a professional artist, exhibiting her paintings nationally and locally in galleries, museums, and universities. She is a member of the American Impressionist Society, a recipient of the Montana Arts Council, awarded a Faber Birren Liquitex Color Award, and has been featured in the Western Art Collectors Magazine. Her paintings are in art collections, including Bozeman Public Library, Nantucket Historical Museum, and Huntington T. Block.