Team and Basis Artwork Space to present ‘Vivid and Vulnerable Vessels’

EXETER — Crew and Foundation Artwork Space offers a solo exhibition by Laura Harper Lake, a N.H. centered interdisciplinary artist. This selection of combined media paintings is Harper Lake’s most current collection, with a focus on the human type and themes of physique neutrality and positivity. She utilizes a blend of oil paints, acrylic paintings, spray paint, and pencil in her do the job.

"Hold" by Laura Harper Lake

An opening reception for the artist will be held on Friday, June 3, as part of TEAM’s First Friday downtown initiative, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Foundation Artwork Place found at 111R H2o St., (riverside), Exeter. The Basis Art Place is a gallery, production base, and headquarters for the Arts Industry Alliance and Workforce (City.Exeter.Arts.Audio) non-profit arts organizations.

The exhibition will be on exhibit by way of June 25. Open hrs for viewing will be on Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 12 to 3 p.m., and by appointment.

"Holding Breath" by Laura Harper Lake

On reflection of her work, Harper Lake states: “This collection is very particular to me, and I am really psyched to present this new assortment at the Basis Art House. The human form can receive varying reactions when a human being views on their own with a self-evaluating intellect. At situations we might be confident, a lot like the bold, vivid hues on my canvases, which are all wooden. In other times we truly feel like the skinny layer of iridescent paint I use exposing the purely natural grain beneath susceptible and hesitant. I am a pendulum, swinging among these two radically diverse states of currently being. Nonetheless, I goal to see myself as just a human and keep no relevance more than how I appear for my human body is a vessel for all that I believe, do, and generate.”

Laura Harper Lake

About the Artist:

Laura Harper Lake is an interdisciplinary artist and graphic designer who performs underneath the moniker Clever Harper Studios at the Exeter Stations Studios in Exeter. She has been creatively pushed her whole existence and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Diploma in Studio Art from Chester Higher education of New England in 2007. Laura has shown her perform in a variety of galleries all over New England and virtual publications. Laura is a graphic designer for the Regional Economic Improvement Heart, a driven non-earnings that serves southern New Hampshire. In addition to producing artwork, Harper Lake co-hosts a weekly podcast Innovative Guts, which is also a nonprofit, that interviews creatives from all disciplines and explores the heart of creativeness in N.H., and over and above. Harper Lake resides in Epping, N.H., with her partner.