Lori Pratico has been developing her skills as a professional artist for over 25 years. Her murals can be found on the walls of countless businesses throughout South Florida.
Lori is also the Founder and Executive Director of Girl Noticed, a community-based arts outreach program. Through self-discovery, Girl Noticed uncovers and showcases the unique strengths, contributions and abilities of females, providing positive and empowering experiences that define each girl’s value in society.
To date, Lori has painted 33 murals in 14 states, recognizing 52 girls and women. This year, over 250 people have participated in Girl Noticed workshops.
Through the Coral Springs Museum of Art’s Kaleidoscope program, she also gives back to her community by bringing art to children with autism, cerebral palsy and other special needs.
Lori was recently appointed to serve on Broward County’s Public Arts and Design Committee.