Laura Barbosa (Artist) –
Realism, Abstract, Surreal Art – A general attitude towards certain subjects or topics of our world.

Laura Barbosa is collected on an International Level and is a Published Artist with Public Collections. Her artwork has been featured on HGTV, Hairs How Magazine, NY ARTS Magazine, Forbes & more. Her clients reside in Spain, Australia, The United Kingdom, Canada and in all 50 United States.

Artist Statement:
My Artwork does not describe any one particular style, but rather my general attitude towards certain subjects or topics of our world. My paintings convey my individuality, spontaneous thoughts and ideas. It is like a journey into the deepest corner of my mind. Others have described it as “An embarrassment of riches in a colorful world of subconscious thinking.”

Selected Exhibitions:
May 2010 – All America Tour – Las Vegas Art District, Nevada USA
December 2009 – All America Tour – Chalk Farm Gallery, NM USA
December 2009 – All America Tour – Miranda Gallery, Laguna Beach CA
March of 2007- Splash Contemporary Gallery in Asbury Park NJ.
March Madness Show – 6 works on Exhibit.
July 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009- Stover Mill, 56th, 57th, & 58th Annual
Tinicum Arts Festival- Erwinna Pennsylvania – 7 Works on Exhibit.

News:
*Published: NY ARTS Magazine 2008* Hollywood Reporter * Forbes & more
*Public Collection: Community Medical Center in Toms River, NJ – Raised $7500*
*Winner, “Horse Dance”, Cultural Arts Center, Brick, NJ 2008
*Winner, Stover Mill, Acrylics Category, “Bordeaux Dog” Juried by Bill Novak, 2007
*Featured Artist: Imagekind Gallery on Sunday March 23 2008
*Featured Artist: Imagekind Gallery on Friday May 21, 2010
*Art E-Motions Contest Winner- Boundless Gallery – May 2009
*Artist of The Month – Boundless Gallery – Artist Interview – July 2009
*EBSQ Award Winner “Patrons Choice” For “Uncanny Valley” May – 2009
*EBSQ Art of the Day – For “Orange Scope” Digital Art – June, 19,2009
*EBSQ Award Winner – For “Mardi Gras” 2009
*Pug Dog Painting Licensed with ICON SHOES for their 2009/2010 collections*

*Artwork “Shapeshifter” Published in The Art Of Close Encounters by Kim Carlsberg
*TV Appearance: HGTV Battle On The Block – May 2010 – Artwork Featured Model
*Abstract Work: “Stigmata” Featured in “A Walk Into Abstracts” by Sue St. John*
*All Souls Procession in Tucson, AZ Picked Laura’s “3 Amigos” to Promote Their Event*

Public Collections:
2008 Fund raiser for The Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs. 3 paintings of 12 Working Therapy Dog Portraits. Acrylics on Canvas – 24″ x 48″ This work is on Permanent Public Display in a HUGE collection at the St. Barnabus Health Care Facility in NJ. This Public Collection has raised $7500.00 for the Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dog Org. to help maintain their training and education for the welfare of Patients throughout America.

Laura Barbosa (Artist) Web Site, Blog, Facebook, Etsy, Twitter –
http://www.laurabarbosaart.com
http://laurabarbosa.wordpress.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Art-of-LauraBarbosa/151263531144
http://barbosaart.etsy.com
http://twitter.com/barbosaart













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