Art by Lauren Berley: National Art Exhibit (USA)

musings May 25, 2015

Fantastic discovery this morning. A great big thank-you to Artist Portfolio Magazine for jurying me into this national exhibit.

Artist Portfolio Magazine

Artist Portfolio Magazine

National Art Exhibit

Lauren Berley

Lauren Berley’s work in multiple disciplines mirrors her cinematic and intimate experience of the world, polarity, and what it means to be human. For two decades, Lauren’s photography has been seen in publications and projections on both coasts and abroad. Her award-winning written, spoken, and cinematic works have been screened and installed in museums, galleries, historical institutions, and educational facilities across the United States.

In her twenties, Lauren began her career photographing young Hollywood, stretching beyond the basic needs of agents and publicists to develop the raw and honest style that represents her own nature in all mediums. Over the years she has brought insatiable, edgy curiosity to her work, becoming a theoretical anthropologist and bringing forth her whimsical-yet-cutting discoveries on wood, paper, screen, and canvas.

“I have never lived on the surface,” says Lauren, “I can’t function there.”

Title Urchin Debut   Medium 	Oil and Charcoal on Canvas   Size 	18 in x 24 in Title Urchin Debut

View original post 47 more words


My name is Lauren Berley and I am a Certified Professional Coach. I am also a working contemporary artist. Film maker. Photojournalist. Writer. Small-scale farmer/farm stand artisan. And your kindred partner on the Gifted & Creative journey. I help Gifted and Creative people unblock pathways to creating their most meaningful lives. And my artwork expresses the sensations and yearnings from deep within my little seed of Spirit.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s