Unknown Species #189
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Unknown Species #189

by Laura Gurton

This painting consists of concentric circular lines and colors that mimic pieces of agate, rings inside of trees, mold, other patterns in... Read more...

Printed on Fine Art Paper (Open Edition)

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- Museum quality Giclee prints
- 320 GSM fine art paper
- Archival inks
- Include a minimum border of 1"
As our prints are custom made to order according to your specifications, all of our prints are final sale and non-returnable.

About The Art

This painting consists of concentric circular lines and colors that mimic pieces of agate, rings inside of trees, mold, other patterns in nature and most importantly microscopic cells.

About the Artist

I was born in Brooklyn, NY, into a family of artists, and have always been working in one medium or another. After studying Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts, I exhibited and sold my glass art in galleries in NYC, Brooklyn, NY and New Hope, Pa.
I later returned to school to study Art Education and became the Art Specialist at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. A couple of years later I was fortunate to secure a teaching position in a High School with a specialized program for the arts. After six years I became the Assistant Principal of Fine Arts at Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn, NY.
Although I loved my students, and found Art Education a worthwhile pursuit, I missed concentrating on my own work. In 2004 I was determined to get back to my painting. I left my supervisory position to focus on my own development as an artist.
Moving to the Hudson Valley, inspired by its natural beauty and artist communities, my art has flourished. Within this time, I developed my own style and show my paintings regularly in a variety of different venues throughout the Hudson Valley, New England, New York City, New Jersey and California.
I have exhibited with TheoGanz Studio, Beacon, NY, Denise Bibro Fine Art, NYC, Fresh Paint Contemporary, Culver City, Ca, Beacon Shortwave Gallery, Stone Harbor, NJ, 13 Forest Gallery, Arlington, Ma. and The Gallery at Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck, NY.
It has been a privilege for me to show my work locally as well as having been recognized on the worldwide stage by being chosen to participate in the 55th Venice Biennale, Art Southampton, The LA Art Fair, and Miami Context.

Additional Print information

Our prints are museum quality prints, that use 100% archival rag paper and archival inks, resulting in beautiful prints with rich and vivid colors. All of our prints include a minimum border of 1" for easy framing. Photographs are printed on a thick, white, matte paper.

The dimensions listed are for the paper size and not the image itself, to give you a better understanding of how much space the print will take up when you hang it on your wall.

Our prints are professionally framed with wood mouldings, archival UV plexi-glass, and come ready to hang on your wall with a hanging wire. Prints can be framed with a 2.75" white mat, or without.

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As our prints are custom made to order according to your specifications, all of our prints are final sale and non-returnable.