Best Of Still Life: Laura White

THE INCREDIBLE STILL LIFE ARTISTS YOU NEED TO ADD TO YOUR COLLECTION.

Laura White has been known to paint for 15 hours a day. “I can spend days working on the right composition, taking dozens of photos, sketching it out on the canvas,” she explains. Laura practices the Flemish painting technique, using multiple layering methods and translucent glazes to build up her colours, achieving wonderful depth and texture.

Laura is currently represented by 19 Karen in Queensland and online gallery Art to Art. She also has works available at The Moree Gallery, Paper Pear and Purple Noon Gallery in New South Wales; Bird’s Gallery and Panoply Gallery in Victoria and several Rose St Trading & Co stores. She will next exhibit at The Moree Gallery in July with fellow artist Carly Le Cerf.

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