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Paula Hare ARTIST

Complete portfolio coming soon.


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Adventure. Individuality. Freedom. 

Paula has always been captivated by motorcycles, the biker lifestyle and the legend of Harley-Davidson and its thunder. The feeling of the open road and at being one with nature means freedom, individuality, adventure and is a symbol that’s larger than life for her.

Paula's paintings are an interpretation of that lifestyle - of the roar and thunder of a bike, of tradition, beauty, and history. Paula understands what freedom to ride means.

As an artist and painter, she interprets the biker lifestyle through subject, composition, and color palette.


ABOVE: "Take me home country road" - 10 x 20 Oil on linen - Blue ribbon award winner. Ozaukee County Art Show.

RIGHT: "A one horse town" - 36 x 48 Oil on canvas - Multiple award winner in exhibitions around Wisconsin (NFS)
LEFT: "Housing History" - 12 x 24 Oil on linen - SOLD


Paula's painting, "Swiped a Few Mugs" won best nocturne painting in the Waukesha Plein Air competition - 2023. "As a Waukesha native, John's Root Beer has been a favorite root beer and hotdog stand in my family for three generations."

Her painting, "Paul's Blue Door" was also a favorite by patrons. 


40 Wisconsin plein air artists competed for recognition and awards at "Paint the Towns in Fall Color" in Plymouth, Wisconsin.

My painting, "Clouds Give Way to Sun" won an honorable mention award.

"I am honored to be part of this elite group of artists and humbled by the recognition."


ABOVE: "For Leonard" Donated

Donated to the Plymouth Arts Center for future fundraising events.

RIGHT: "Save the red barn" 

9 x 12 Oil on linen - Available.

ABOVE:  "Clouds Give Way to Sun" 16 x 20
Oil on Linen - Available. 

"This painting invites you to enter and sit on the bench for a conversation. The warm color choices drew me in. I enjoy the bold strokes of color and the sunny quality it conveys. Lovely piece."

Hector Acuna, Artist and Educator - Wisconsin

"...great to see how you've organized color, design, and paint application. The motorcycle street scene holds a real punch and sense of character in the bold line and shape relationships. I enjoy the subtle and sensitive color/value properties..."

"Underground tours" - 12 x 16 oil on linen - SOLD

"Take the long way home"  10 x 20 oil on linen - SOLD

"Number one" 16 x 20 Oil on linen

"Chasing the sunset" 9 x 12 Oil

on linen

"Mendocino still life" 12 x 16 Oil on linen - SOLD

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