Laura Allis-Richardson


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Washington University  A.B.
School of the Museum of Fine Arts
University of Paris

My work has evolved into a statement about the condition of our environment.

The overwhelming sound and speed of the modern world isolates us.  But being alone itself becomes a force of change.  Seeking to look over the horizon towards a new and open universe of space, anticipation becomes insight.

Art seizes that moment. When an idea appears for an instant, it can be preserved forever in a work of art.  In my work, I see the freshness of the living growing over the rigidity of the past.  From dark to light, it embraces hope.