Laura Gurton
In nature, fundamental processes produce forms that are similar, but never identical. Think of the seemingly infinite variety of leaves, for example, or the fact that there are billions of human beings on the earth at this time, no two exactly alike. Gurton's way of applying paint remains constant from painting to painting, and yet, as in nature, great variety is found in her work. This variety can be seen in her choice of colors, the relative density of her signature circular forms in different areas of the compositions, and the overall flow of imagery; some paintings seeming tranquil, others highly energized; some are centered, others a field of imagery edge to edge. Ultimately, beyond her mastery of technique, Gurton's paintings are a highly expressive representation of nature's beauty in its primary elements.
Unknown Species #166
Oil, Alkyd, Acrylic on Linen
36" x 48"
$8000

Bits and Pieces Series #2
Archival Print
18" x 18"
$900
Unknown Species #104
Oil and Alkyd on Canvas
40" x 30"
$5500

Unknown Species #168
Oil, Alkyd, Ink, on Linen
36" x 48"
$8500

Bits and Pieces Series #5
Archival Print
16" x 16"
$900
Bits and Pieces Series #7
Archival Print
16" x 16"
$900
Unknown Species #163
Oil and Alkyd on Canvas
36" x 36"
Unknown Species #165
Oil, Alkyd, Ink on Panel
36" x 48" (36" x 24" each)
$8000

Bits and Pieces Series #1
Archival Print
18" x 18"
$900
Unknown Species #72
Oil, Alkyd, Acrylic on Panel
20" x 16"
$1400
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