LaurenPackardArt

Original Art by Lauren Packard

Brooklyn, New York · 16 Sales

LaurenPackardArt

Original Art by Lauren Packard

Brooklyn, New York 16 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(4)

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Thanks for visiting my shop: A collection of some of my favorite original art and more. Contact for commissions.

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Last updated on Jan 7, 2017

▶Hello 2017 Sale! Take 25% off EVERYTHING in the shop. Use code: hello2017. Go!▶
Thanks for visiting my shop: A collection of some of my favorite original art and more. Contact for commissions.

lauren packard

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lauren packard

Untitled
Untitled
$100.00
Heavy Heart
Heavy Heart
$40.00
Untitled Blues
Untitled Blues
$45.00
I Don't Want Your Purity
I Don't Want Your Purity
$45.00
Swimmers Code
Swimmers Code
$45.00
Breathe
Breathe
$30.00
Fresh Start
Fresh Start
$25.00
The Way It Moves
The Way It Moves
$20.00
Laugh With Me
Laugh With Me
$25.00
Blue Water
Blue Water
$35.00
Transitions
Transitions
$40.00
Spring
Spring
$30.00
River
River
$30.00
Anticipation
Anticipation
$35.00
Which Way Is Out
Which Way Is Out
$30.00
Happy
Happy
$30.00
untitled
untitled
$12.00
Girls Dream Big
Girls Dream Big
$45.00
Golden Biology
Golden Biology
$20.00
Love You
Love You
$30.00
Be Green
Be Green
$20.00
Ink Blot Blues
Ink Blot Blues
$20.00
Green with Envy
Green with Envy
$20.00
I See You
I See You
$25.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(4)
Erin Chambers

Erin Chambers on Nov 15, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

LOVE my custom piece! Thank you-I'm so excited to hang it in my living room!

Parisa Kaprealian

Parisa Kaprealian on Apr 9, 2016

5 out of 5 stars
KellysCuisine

KellysCuisine on Mar 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars
KellysCuisine

KellysCuisine on Mar 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

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Acrylic "ink" blot painting

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I See You
I See You
$25.00
This is part of a series inspired by ink blots and brain scans. I love the rich blues contrasted with the copper.

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Ink Blot Blues
Ink Blot Blues
$20.00
Beautiful neutral weaving ready for your wall!!

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Wall Hanging
Wall Hanging
$65.00
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About

Art by Lauren Packard

I am a mixed-media artist living in Brooklyn, NY with my partner and two cats. I grew up in Southern California, swimming all year round. I was the only girl in a family with three brothers. I moved to New York for college and never left. I have been a NYC public school teacher for the past 15 years, and am currently teaching elementary art. I love being able to create and explore every day. A lot of my work has to do with exploring the push-pull of these everyday dichotomies.

In February of 2014 I unexpectedly went through brain surgery to remove a tumor. During my recovery, art was an important form of communication that made sense and felt successful, while most of my literal cognitive communication was still difficult and confusing. My awareness of color, shape, line, and pattern felt heightened during this time. The geometric and organic lines, shapes and colors of life and imagination became a perfect correlation between what was happening with my brain recovery and art. This striking juxtaposition between the clinical science of my brain surgery and the aftermath of the organic creative process fascinated me and continues to inspire my work. I am further interested in exploring the contradictions we are constantly presented with, and how they influence and play off one another.

You can also see my art on Instagram, where I post several times a week. If you have any questions you can email me--I love connecting with you.

Email: lauren [!at] laurenpackard-art.com
Instagram: ellepackard

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  • lauren packard

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    I am a mixed-media artist living in Brooklyn, NY with my partner and two cats. I am a NYC public school art teacher. I love being able to create and explore every day. My work has to do with exploring the push-pull of the everyday dichotomies.

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