I was part of the exhibition through the Walter Wickiser Gallery Inc in Chelsea, NYC. A total of 6 of my paintings were sold, all works on paper. ThePaperFair.com
I'll be showing in the Walter Wickiser Gallery Booth
March 8-11, 2018
New York City
DOUBLE RAINBOW, mixed collage on paper, 30x24 inches framed, 2018
Look for my review in the July issue of Charleston Style and Design, the premier lifestyle magazine for the #1 city for travel destination in the world according to Condé Nast readers. Carried in over 400 Barnes and Noble stores nationwide.
As seen in ART IN AMERICA, June/July 2016 issue
30x40 inches, mixed collage on canvas, 2016
The LA Art show takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, January 27-31, 2016. I'll be showing in the Walter Wickiser Gallery booth.
Check out my interview on the award winning design blog MyDesignChic.com on December 7, 2015.
FLOATING STONE TABLE: 15" square x 19" high, printed tempered glass top with an acrylic base, $1400
FLOATING ABSTRACT TABLE, 36" SQUARE, TEMPERED PRINTED GLASS TOP WITH ACRYLIC BASE, $2000
Nine designs are now at Printer's Alley in Greensboro, NC and Raleigh, NC. Pillows will also be sold during the month of October at Tyler White O'Brien Gallery in Greensboro to benefit the Alight Breast Cancer Foundation. Fifteen designs in all! Look on my products page or contact Lauren at Lworth7@gmail.com for more information.
A THING OF BEAUTY IS A PLOY FOREVER, 30x40 inches, mixed on canvas, 2015
Do birds dream of flying? One of the most disappointing things I learned as a child was that birds don't fly for fun.
DREAMS OF FLYING, 60x36 inches, mixed on canvas, 2015
SOLO SHOW OPENING OCTOBER 1st, 2015 TO BENEFIT THE ALIGHT BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
POSEUR, 20x20 inches, mixed on canvas, 2015
SUMMER GARDEN, 20x24, mixed on canvas, 2015
Lauren Jones Worth describes her paintings as a combination of magical realism and abstract geometrical shapes. Employing collaged materials and a painterly aesthetic, Worth explores the nature and definition of beauty in the natural world. Naturally occurring aberrations make the plant world a more beautiful place. Charles Baudelaire put it, “Strangeness is a necessary ingredient in beauty.” Worth takes fish, fowl, flowers, and insects out of their natural context and mixes them with magazine photos of fabric, animals, sea life, and ancient artifacts to form a garden that is both natural and unnatural.
Beauty can also be dangerous and deceiving. Manmade chemicals in our air, soil, and water cause abnormalities with biological effects that often go untested. GMO’s may provide us with the perfect color for our tomatoes, but do we really know the associated long term health effects? Are we attracted to a beauty that is good and true or are we merely victims of a ploy that tests our own desire to taste the forbidden fruit? And once we succumb, we often find that what first so enticed us is luscious on the exterior but toxic and deadly below the surface.