Creativity through the lens of a painter
"Our brains are wired that way. We are creativity machines, it doesn't separate between the fine art and the mundane art."
Lauren G. Levine is a painter and twenty-five-year resident of Jamaica Plain (Boston) who now lives and works in Needham, Massachusetts. Through intuitive and responsive mark-making, her paintings are tangible manifestations of her visual impressions and interior resonances. Levine attended Massachusetts College of Art; School at the Museum of Fine Arts; and Fuller Art Museum. Her work has been exhibited at The Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT; The Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA; Hallspace Gallery, Boston, MA; and UForge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA. Interviews and features include: Phillip J. Mellen’s Podcast, Ahtcast; Boston Voyager Magazine, “Art and Life”; The Weekly Dig; Paul Behnke’s Online Project Space, Monklike Habits; Randace Rauscher’s, 52 in 52; and Groundwork “Meet the Artist.”
Levine’s work can be viewed on her website at https://www.laurenglevineart.com/ and on Instagram at @laurenglevineart
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