Laura Epler

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Laura Epler is an internationally established contemporary artist. She is a Phi Beta Kappa and was awarded a grant to study studio art at the Parsons School of Design’s Paris Campus. Her works hang in private collections around the world. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees specializing in Cultural and Intellectual History.

Ms. Epler’s works have been exhibited in Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Cuzco, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Santa Fe, Boca Raton, and Art Basel Miami Week 2017.

Over 200 paintings in private collections.

Major collectors include Jack and Helen Dickerson associates of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and Mr. William I. Koch of Palm Beach, FL. and Aspen, CO.

Recently named one of America’s best mixed media artists by Adam Kennedy, author, playwright,and television producer of the PBS Series American Greatness.


Recent Review

While the fact that Laura Epler’s art does not fit into a specific category may seem a weakness, it is actually the fearless strength and breadth of genius. The paintings do not need categorization; they are beyond that need in both their emotional content and their technical ability. The paintings move back and forth from hints of subject matter to abstraction, from didactic to spiritual. One senses that she started where Rothko and Pollock ended, infusing them with post-modernist concerns of journalizing, mysticism and feminism.

The results are paintings, which can be read only on a solitary level,requiring intelligence and intuition. Gazing into the paintings, almost falling into them one feels the layers of paint symbolic of expression and discovery. Then, upon realizing the connectedness of it all - essentially life and art - the satisfaction arrives. D. Lambert/ Arts Digest.

*Don Lambert is a freelance writer and curator. His work has appeared in the Saturday Review, American Artist and dozens of national and regional publications. He has curated exhibits in nearly 400 art museums, art centers and libraries across the country, including the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C