Freeda Lapos has had a paint brush in her hand for as long as she can remember.
Happiest when surrounded by color, her paintings express the joy she feels life brings, the beauty of the world around us, the complexities of life itself.
When she paints, she loses track of time and everything around her. It is her focus, her true love, her calling. The bigger space she has to work with and on, the happier she is!
She is available for commissioned paintings and murals, both in residences and in commercial spaces. A few of her public works those in the Puget Sound area of WA might be familiar with are murals and paintings in Gilda's Club Seattle, the donor mural at The Food Bank @ St. Mary's in Seattle, she was commissioned to do two pigs for Pike Place Market's 100th Anniversary ("Pigcasso," which was located across from the Seattle Art Museum, was a crowd favorite) and one of the 7' lighthouses for the City of Mukilteo's 100th Anniversary. Additionally, she is a published children's author and illustrator. Her book, A Royal Buggy Garden was published in 1994.
A portion of each sale of her work is donated to The Food Bank @ St. Mary's in Seattle and the Sacramento Food Bank, in honor and memory of her dad, Col. Tom Lapos.
Freeda lives in Poulsbo, WA with her family and her dog Jessie.
Contact: Email Freeda | Phone: 206-769-5941