I was honored to be selected to participate in this project and be part of an 80 + team of artists from 22 countries working on a large, public mosaic mural conceived and led by artist Isidora Paz López in Puente Alto, Chile.
Laurel True and students of Sacred Peacock Mosaic Mural Workshop at Hacienda Mosaico, Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.Read More
I spent two weeks in Helena, Montana this summer facilitating a mosaic mural project with community engagement to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts.Read More
I traveled to Haiti in June to work with the team I trained on other major projects at HUM, the Mirebalais Mosaic Collective, to create a 20’ mural for the facade of the new Dr. Paul Farmer Research Laboratory, on the HUM campus in central Haiti.Read More
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This year has been quite a busy year for me so far, with a lot of amazing adventures and wonderful people in different parts of the world: US, Argentina, Haiti, Mexico, Turkey and Hungary....moreRead More
A fantastical sculptural mosaic bench was created on St Claude Ave in New Orleans during two Creative Placemaking workshops at True Mosaics Studio last month, taught by master sculpture Brent Sumner and myself. Students came from around the country and New Orleans for the back-to-back workshops.
We are having Lotus Bench Dedication Thursday, Nov. 5th, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
We have already scheduled another session of these workshop in October 2016.Read More
Timepiece: Destiny, Gravity and Lotus Eating, Laurel True 2015
Stained glass, mirror, salvaged window glass
I recently showed a new sculpture, Timepiece: Destiny, Gravity and Lotus Eating, in a temporary exhibit on the pond at A Studio in the Woods in New Orleans, where I did an Artist Residency in 2014. This series of work explores our relationship to time through the use of natural elements and detritus found in the urban landscape, focusing on the essential importance of the elements - on a personal and global scale.
Timepiece and other work in this series will be exhibited on various bodies of water in temporary exhibitions.
Join artist Laurel True at Hacienda Mosaico in Mexico for a Global Mosaic Project inspired by the sacred symbol of the peacock. One ancient myth has it that the peacock's mission was to travel the world, seeking out and neutralizing negativity. The peacock was rewarded with beautiful colors.Read More
New work by Laurel True is part of the Bywater Biennial in New Orleans. Group exhibit curated by Don Marshall.Read More
In this fun, weekend workshop beginning and continuing students will explore the many styles and materials used in mosaics today. Workshop will focus on the use of glass and mirror- covering design, explanation of materials, use of mosaic tools, setting pieces and grouting.Read More
In this fun, weekend workshop beginning and continuing students will explore the many styles and materials used in mosaics today. Workshop will focus on the use of glass and mirror- covering design, explanation of materials, use of mosaic tools, setting pieces and grouting.
This one-day workshop is perfect for students who want to learn the basics of making functional and decorative mosaic objects…and perfect for students who want to make handmade, personalized holiday gifts.Read More
New Orleans Podcast host Craig Kraemer talks to artist Laurel True about her community-based work in New Orleans, the connection between creative expression and well-being and why public art is important.Read More