Lois Griffel

Path Through the Forest webLois Griffel studied classical painting at the New York Art Students League with great artist who included Ray Kinstler, Burton Silverman and Harvey Dinnerstein. After moving to Provincetown, MA in 1975, she became close friends with Henry Hensche. Hensche was the greatest influence on Griffel’s paintings which now combines a classical background with the color of the impressionists. After stepping in as the new Director of the Cape Code School of Art she expanded the color principles of her predecessors and since then has authored two books published by Watson-Guptill, entitled, Painting the Impressionist Landscape and Painting Impressionist Color.