While the processes and media Lauren have used has been varied, the visual language and symbols have stayed consistent over time. Clouds, orbs, strings, pearl like forms, eggs and spheres set against deep layers have dominated the work.
“ I am looking to build and hide mark making by creating veils and a sense of history that is found in painting and by creating a visual dialogue between what can not be seen but can be felt."
Her more recent practice dictates a slightly different variation- the grain of wood; ink, gesso and paint are kept in their initial gestural stages. A deliberate style of mark making relishing a complete dialogue within the unfinished and ambiguous. Structured intention balance with spontaneous composition. She is following what the French poet Francis Ponge called “The law of determining indeterminates."
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