is a seasoned multidisciplinary artist establishing her
art studio in New York City almost three decades ago. Described by
the New York
Times as a "modern day Michelangelo", she has delighted some of New
York's most exclusive names, ranging from museums and Fortune 500
companies to royalty, with her work.
been published in numerous interior design journals including
Architectural Digest and Interiors, and exhibited in museums such as
The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and The Portland Museum of
Art. She has been featured on Lifetime television, and has
held a faculty position at the School of Visual Arts, where she
first began teaching her knowledge of painting and the creative process.
Born and raised in New York
City, and encouraged by her parents, Lauren began
drawing on her bedroom wall as a young child then singing the lead in
Gilbert & Sullivan
operettas by the age of 5. She
life member of The Art Student's League by 12, where she
began formally studying from the model, and attended the High
School of Music & Art (La Guardia) in Manhattan. Later she earned
The School of Visual Arts.