Laure Bury is a Devon-based artist known for her landscapes, seascapes and colour compositions with butterflies. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally and features regularly at the prestigious Canvas gallery in Wimbledon, Imagination gallery in St Ives and at the Annual Art For Youth exhibition at the Royal College of Art in London.
As well as her current practice, Laure is also involved in a variety of creative and cultural projects that continue to inspire her work. These include working at museums and schools exhibiting her work, working in theatre, facilitating workshops and bringing Art to new audiences through accessible and innovative approaches. A percentage of her fees goes towards her work with under privileged children in UK and abroad.
“I am particularly interested in Presence, attempting to live my life and create my paintings as free from the Ego as possible. This allows a new energy to come through, into my world and into my paintings which is full of Light, more dynamic, compassionate and up-lifting”.
“In this new collection of paintings, I have been inspired by walks along the south west coast of England.All my paintings are in oil on canvas, created in many layers with brushes and palette knife.
There is a wild flower meadow at the end of my garden in Devon, which provides me with enough inspiration in the Spring, to last me the whole year.
I would like to think my work evokes the joy I feel, bringing colour, energy and a vibrancy into the room”.