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Once this large, emotional project was completed she moved for several years into a body of work called “Pages” created with mark making and deconstructed imagery. Discoveries within that body of work then led to the next series, Environmental Abstractions, which uses charcoal and acrylic images comprised of objects that are immediately familiar, but because of the macro presentation and overall composition of the piece, are almost not recognizable— almost a little disoriented. After several years in this series, she felt a strong pull back to pattern and repetition which brought her to her Swimmers Series. Until this conversation, I thought her process and portfolio were so hard to pin down. It seemed so sporadic. But, its all a logical progression to Laurie- It’s all spelled out.
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