Laura obtained resource info for people with low vision and blindness from libraries across the US. She specifically focused her attentions toward the capital cities, DC and the US territories. The project began in January of 2017 and ended in July of that same year. The results have been posted on BRC’s Pinterest account.
“moonlit melodies ii” was donated to the director of the Parker Memorial Library in August of 2017.
“shadowfire”, “dear diary” and “sunburst” are on display at the Trenton Free Public Library from mid-August to the end of September in 2017.
Laura’s seeking a grant or professional fellowship for the purpose of establishing a gallery for people with low vision and blindness. Exhibits would feature the work of creative people with low vision and blindness, as well as provide resources and information for anyone with that disability. Anyone interested in assisting in either the funding or … More Gallery Grant
‘introspection’ was republished in “The Muse: An International Journal of Poetry (Volume 5; No. D)” in June of 2017 and may be purchased via Amazon.
‘a change of season’ was republished in volume six of “Literature Today” during March of 2017. This anthology became available for purchase through Amazon in 2017.
Laura’s created the following series: “abstract fusion”: This series is available for exhibition bookings. “baa”: One piece is on permanent exhibition, and the remainder have been donated. “e-series”: This series is available for exhibition bookings. “matt squared”: These pieces were given as a donation. “mediterranean midnight”: This series is on the permanent rotation list for … More Artwork Series Info
Laura’s had eighty-six original pieces exhibited and eleven published. Her work has been displayed in venues like the VMFA Studio School, Haverhill Pulic Library and Barcode.
‘shale’ part of the “sandstone” series. It was completed in March of 2017, and the mediums utilized in the creation of this piece were glitter glue and colored sand.
An autographed copy of “dear diary” and an autographed copy of the “sunburst” marketing galley were donated to the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library in February of 2017.