Collection: Lawre Stone

Works by Lawre Stone, a visual artist based near Hudson, New York who makes paintings, works on paper and textile works that combine natural imagery and the language of abstraction to explore relationships between interior worlds and outer experience. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at White Columns, New York, P.S. 1 The Institute for Contemporary Art, New York, The Ely Center for Contemporary Art, New Haven, Connecticut, LABSpace, Hillsdale, New York, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, New York, and Furnace Art on Paper, Falls Village, Connecticut among others. Stone’s one-person exhibitions, Poem For A Bird, at Tanja Grunert Gallery, Hudson, New York and Listening For Your Breathing In The Middle Of The Night at Joyce Goldstein Gallery, Chatham, New York were accompanied by a catalog with an essay by Sara Farrell Okamura. Recent exhibitions include: The Silvery Water And The Starry Earth, an installation at Window On Hudson, sponsored by The Hudson Eye and The Cipher, a one-person drawing exhibition at Tanja Grunert Gallery.

Lawre Stone holds a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from The Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. In addition to her artistic practice, she is the Associate Director of Bard MFA.