Laura B. DeLind is probably best known for her linocuts. She typically works in black and white and tries to find new methods of integrating positive and negative space. Her images, whether printed or appliquéd in fabric, tend to be bold and heavily patterned. They also reflect her interest in organic shapes and the natural environment. Laura has taught at Michigan State University, Grove Gallery and Studios, the Lansing Art Gallery, and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp as well as at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, NM. Her work appears in The Unauthorized Audubon with poet, Anita Skeen (MSU Press: 2014), in Lavender Hill Farm by Jennifer Otto (Mead-Hill Press: 2015), and on the cover of The Organic Movement in Michigan (MOFFA: 2017). Additional information about Laura and her work can be found on her website: linocutsbylaurabdelind.squarespace.com.
Laura's ArtPrize Entries
These are Laura's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Laura's Past Work
These are images of past work that Laura has done.