Laurén Brady is a visual artist living in Charlotte, Michigan. She holds an MFA in Studio Art from Michigan State University and a BS in Studio Art from Indiana Wesleyan University. Her paintings explore landscape, memory, and responding to current environments through expressive mark-making and bold use of color. Her work has been included in several solo, small group, and national juried exhibitions including Eastend Studio and Gallery in Marshall, Michigan, Customs House Museum in Clarksville, Tennessee, The Sarratt Gallery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, Jackson Dinsdale Art Center at Hastings College. Laurén has been awarded artist residencies with Golden Apple Studios, The Sable Project, and La Macina di San Cresci. She was recently interviewed by Synthetic Meatball, an online curatorial platform, and has been featured in Candy Floss Magazine, Create! Magazine, as well as numerous online art blogs. Laurén currently teaches in the Foundations Area at Michigan State University and in the Drawing Department at Kendall College of Art & Design.
View Laurén's Interview with Visionary Art Collective
Recent Interview with Synthetic Meatball: