Community Exhibition is a special art event hosted at Shaw Contract and co-curated by Dr. Lisa Hughes and Artist Laura Loving.Read More »
A little peek at Laura's opening May 8th at New & Lingwood in New York City. A few of her pieces will remain in their collection. Drop in if you are in the neighborhood (970 Lexington Avenue).Read More »
Thanks to everyone who came to my art show! Above video is a fun peek at our party preparation. Scroll down to see pictures from the event. We had over 100 guests! I was overwhelmed with the support from my Georgia patrons. Hope to see you all in New York some time soon. xoxo Laura LovingRead More »
I am often inspired by the creativity of my clients and what they ask me to create for them. One of my latest commissions was for MAC Presents, an agency in Manhattan. The above piece is a result of their concept and my execution. They wanted something big and branded for their powder room. Music is their business and the inspiration for this life-size concert that brought the room to life! Over the years, I have been hired to paint New York landmarks, family portraits, country houses, favo...Read More »
The Artists of The Emergence Exhibition : Left to right - special guest Deborah Norville, Laura Loving, Isobel Mills, Brendan O'Connell, Ekaterina Aksenova, Helen Kohnke, Curator Dr. Lisa Hughes, Beth Sillen, Richard Scott and Sam Simon. The Emergence Exhibition was a big success. We welcomed over 200 guests. Thank you to everyone who came out to support the artists. For all my clients who asked about the chocolates 🙂 The fabulous chocolates came from http://www.mayanachocolate.com L...Read More »
You don’t last long in Manhattan without being serious about something. It can be just about anything; fashion, theater, politics or even singing in your underwear in Times Square. Declaring yourself as the artist of happy in a city famous for anything but may seem like a crazy thing to do. However, here it goes. I am Laura Loving, I live in New York City and I make happy art. When I was younger, I hated people referring to my paintings as happy. The Happy moniker felt dismissive. It’...Read More »
Catskill, NY - GCCA Presents a New Exhibition on the Art of Storytelling, Featuring Burton C. Bell’s Graphic Novel “The Industrialist” Calendar Entry: Greene County Council on the Arts’ “Words and Images: the Art of Storytelling” Exhibition. April 23 through June 4, 2016. Opening Reception, Saturday April 23, 5-7 p.m. GCCA Catskill Gallery, 398 Main Street, Catskill, NY. Gallery Hours: M-F 10-5, Sat. 12-5. FREE, www.greenearts.org, 518-943-3400. The Greene County Council on the Arts is proud to...Read More »
The Happy Wall Art Collection features the artist’s most popular images on canvas. The printing technique used for this collection is called giclee.
A giclee (zhee-CLAY) is a high resolution reproduction done on a special large format printer. Giclees are produced from digital scans of existing originals. These reproductions are superior to traditional lithography in nearly every way. The colors are brighter, longer lasting, and are so high-resolution that they have a virtually continuous tone. Giclee prints are coveted by collectors for their fidelity and quality, and desired by galleries because they so accurately reproduce the original works. HAPPY wall art on canvas are stretched on 1.5 inch wood bars and are shipped ready to hang.
*Danish Dude (NYC Real Estate Power House Bo Poulsen) interviews LL* Laura and I met at an event several years ago and shared a common interest in art and design. We recently reconnected to discuss her background, inspiration, process, favorite NYC neighborhoods, and upcoming shows. BP: You are an artist who depicts NYC through your work. When did your love for NYC begin? LL: I grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA and always had my sights set on New York City. My obsession with the cultural ...Read More »