Artist Laura Hunt will being exhibit eight pieces of her original works at Canyon Country Library.
This solo exhibit, titled “Passing Through” will be from June 1 to August 12. Her works show
the way she sees and enjoy the beauty of nature and outside world.
Born and raised in New England, Laura Hunt received her bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College, where she studied English and theater arts. She also studied art history and French literature in Paris during her junior semester abroad. Upon graduating, she moved to New York City where she studied acting with the legendary Bill Esper. She now lives in Santa Clarita with her college sweetheart, toddler and yorkie. Laura has always been a little lost in her imagination, which means she naturally gravitated toward the arts. Growing up, she studied ballet, acted in plays, wrote short stories and created puppet shows with her brother. As an adult, Laura began painting as a way of relieving stress and quickly found that she could not put her paintbrush down. Enjoying the meditative nature of the art, painting allowed a way of expressing everything that cannot be put into words. She sees painting as a way to contemplate the world’s beauty. Laura also creates watercolor art for the nursery and children’s bedrooms. You can find her fine art and nursery sets in her Etsy shop at: www.Etsy.com/shop/LHuntPaintings
“Out There”, 12×16, acrylic
“Astoria in Springtime”, 12×16, acrylic
“October in New England,” 12×16, acrylic
“Mountain Stream”, 10×10, acrylic
“Dewey Roses”, 16×20, acrylic
“Francis of the Redwoods”, 12×16, acrylic
“Malibu Sunset”, 16×20, acrylic (this one is framed, so it is slightly larger when framed)
“Peacock in the Moonlight”, 20×20, acrylic