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A Texan relocated to the Midwest, Laura Stennett paints contemporary landscapes drawn from her memories and explorations in the vast landscapes of Texas, the Western U.S. and the Midwest.
Laura Stennett was born and raised in Texas. She received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in painting and a minor in art history from Texas Tech University and spent several years working for the university after graduation. Stennett is now located in Indianapolis, IN pursuing her career as an artist.
Through the fluidity of liquid acrylic, watercolor, the delicate mark makings of pen and ink, and other mediums, Laura Stennett explores the ever-evolving landscapes of Texas, the Western U.S. and the Midwest. Mountains, sea, forest and desert are revealed with bursts of color, iridescent highlights and fine details, telling the many untold stories and treasures that occur within nature. These abstract landscapes represent either a glimpse of a moment or a slow change over time and represent a reflection of Stennett’s memories experienced in each geographical area.
August – October 2017: Solo Exhibition, “Distant Places,” Meyer Najem Construction Gallery (11787 Lantern Road, Suite 100, Fishers, Indiana). Opening Reception: August 11, 2017 from 6pm – 8pm. This exhibition is presented by Nickel Plate Arts.
June 9 – August 5 2017: “Curio Cabinet,” Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN
March 2017 : Solo Exhibition, “Evolving Landscapes: An Evolution of Time and Memory,” Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts, Butler University
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
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