Join Laura for a Saturday night opening party for her exhibition “Not Everything Will Be Replaced” at the Bunker Center for the Arts in Kansas City, MO.
Laura is premiering works created since relocating her studio to the Bunker Center in 2018. "Not Everything Will Be Replaced" includes eight non-representational paintings in the Center’s galleries. Laura’s works embrace traditions of minimalism and soft-edge geometric abstraction and are part of an ongoing consideration of color as subject matter. Her current palette choices glow brighter and, combined with an expanded scale, signify an optimism and drive to continue her practice in spite of significant life changes. Additionally, an installation of small works on a variety of surfaces will be on display in Laura's Bunker studio during the course of the exhibition.
A full time artist for nearly two decades, Laura's work is in many public and private collections including Black and Veatch, Hallmark, Inc., St. Lukes Hospital and sculptor Tom Corbin. In Kansas City, Laura is exclusively represented by Weinberger Fine Art. Laura serves as the board president of the Kansas City Artists Coalition and a mentor for Charlotte Street Foundation.
Located in the East Crossroads of Kansas City, Missouri at 1014 East 19th Street, the Bunker Center for the Arts houses both gallery and studio space in a unique 10,000 sq.ft. building. Its regular gallery hours are Thursday-Saturday, noon - 6 PM and by appointment.
The exhibition will run from June 7 - June 29, 2019.