Natural Elements Inspire

Thinking about how the natural elements engage our senses ..... fluid, airy, molten, solid, bubbling.

Recent painting, "Fluere 27" ink painting collage on panel, 20” x 20"

Fluere 27 , ink collage on panel, 20” x 20”

Fluere 27, ink collage on panel, 20” x 20”

Ocean tide - Photo by Micha Pawlitzki.

Ocean tide - Photo by Micha Pawlitzki.

Lava flow - Kilauea Volcano Hawai. Photo by CJ Kale and Nick Selway. flow

Lava flow - Kilauea Volcano Hawai. Photo by CJ Kale and Nick Selway. flow

Featured in 10011 Art Magazine

Stack‘s hyper-color ink collages are featured in 10011 Arts Magazine vol. 04 along with an interview. Emerging Artist Magazine published by Claudia Eng Gallery – Chelsea, Manhattan, NY. Vol. 04 available in January 2019 at https://10011magazine.com/
See the Fluere ink collages pictured in this magazine on my website at https://www.laurastackart.com/fluere-painting-series/

Fluere  series, ink painting collages

Fluere series, ink painting collages

Fluere  series, ink painting collages

Fluere series, ink painting collages

Exhibition, “Pulchra Scientia” at Perlman Museum, Carleton College

Laura Stack, is showing her expansive large-scale ink collages in Pulchra Scientia: The Aesthetics of Discovery, a national juried group exhibit at Carleton College’s Perlman Teaching Museum.

Exhibition Dates: September 14, 2018 – January 20, 2019
Location: Perlman Teaching Museum, Carleton College, 320 3rd St E, Northfield, MN 55057

Pulchra Scientia: The Aesthetics of Discovery presents works by contemporary artists that communicate current scientific developments. This exhibition engages the mind while exploring the ways science invokes art in all forms to describe complex concepts while reminding us that science is beautiful (pulchra scientia).

Flux 11 , Ink painting collage (installed on wall), 60" x 110"

Flux 11, Ink painting collage (installed on wall), 60" x 110"

Pulchra Scientia: The Aesthetics of Discovery  at Carleton College’s Perlman Teaching Museum

Pulchra Scientia: The Aesthetics of Discovery at Carleton College’s Perlman Teaching Museum

Detail -  Flux 11

Detail - Flux 11