A GOOD STORM IS JUST WHAT WE NEED
Laura’s paintings are described as beautifully imperfect, and have the ability to stir powerful emotions, speaking to an inner voice often ignored. Often large in scale with strikingly bold colours and texture, each piece offers discovery. Her process is rooted in memory and imagination, and her emotions are palpable. When she’s at work, Harris becomes utterly engrossed in her practice. It’s a fully physical task with music turned up loud and paint flying. Exuberant, sensual, and often surprising, Laura’s images are known and prized for their irresistible energy. Her relationship with light in her landscapes has been compared to that of Turner.