Views” consists of two photos of classic architecture from Budapest . The bridge captured in one of the photos surprisingly reminds me of the Budapest and its surroundings. Brooklyn Bridge
Nights” is a set of three photos of night life in the city. The darkness of the night is pierced by the lights of the city, captured in eerie fashion. Amsterdam
Fiddler” is a touching study of a working street musician. Budapest
Grand Canyon Family” is a photo of a Native American family. It has a universal family feel to it.
” captures the warmth and grandeur of the interior of a beautiful church. Barcelona Church
A little bit about the artist: Lauren has formal art training (BFA from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, 1988), and avidly pursues fine art (photography and painting) and commercial art (illustrations, portraits, graphic designs, and jewelry).
When I met Lauren at the opening of her exhibit on April 3, I asked what advice she would offer to budding artists and photographers. Her response – show your work as much as possible, network with others in the field, and “keep at it”. Sounds like good advice that can be applied to many endeavors!
“Journeys” runs from April 3 – April 25 (closed Easter Sunday) at the Gourgaud Gallery,
. All are encouraged to attend. Cranbury, New Jersey
More information about Lauren may be found on her websites: