Laura Berman (b. 1973) is a Kansas City, Missouri-based artist who creates images that layer time, space, form and color together. Inspired by the natural world, her work focuses on play, improvisation, and relational dynamics in her work. Laura Berman is a Professor at the Kansas City Art Institute, where she has taught in the Printmaking Department since 2002. She is a Founding Member of the Art Brand Alliance, author of the ongoing series of artist interviews, Reflections on Color and Printmaking, and together with her husband, she runs Prairieside Cottage and Outpost, a family-friendly artist’s retreat in the Flint Hills region of Matfield Green, Kansas.
Solo exhibition, Temporalities, Flatbread Press Gallery, Austin, TX 2022
Solo exhibition, Aggregates, The Foundry Art Centre, St Charles, MO 2021
Exhibited at Color Cure, Zinc Contemporary, Seattle, WA 2021
- Inside the Studio
Laura Berman for Hispanic-Latinx Heritage MonthFor Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month, we’re highlighting the practice of Spanish-American artist Laura Berman. In discussing how heritage impacts her work, Laura reflects on her “puzzle piece printmaking” and the unique ways her shapes both link to and separate from the past.