As an artist and designer Lauren aims to create work that reflects how the industrialized world wrings the land for profit while letting it’s foundation crumble. Traditional Landscapes provide a brief pause in daily life while structures built from industrious loom waste wanes beside it. Repurposing and recycling of tools and materials is found often amidst processes that have been lost to industrialization.

Begin Again ties the personal feminine experience to it’s shared connection of our dying planet. Perfectly imperfect objects are encased or wound with plastic, and strewn toward the floor.

Domestic textiles for the home are often end cuts, repurposed and remade for daily use.

Lauren attended the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) earning a BFA in Fiber. Lauren has also been a Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Arts Resident and a fellow of the Kansas City Artist INC program. Her work has been shown throughout the United States.