Exhibit of New work from Laura Battle at Opus 40
June 17 to July 30
Opening June 18
Laura Battle studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Yale School of Art. She has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, most recently at Platform Project Space, the Pamela Salisbury Gallery, the Barn at Meadowbrook Farm, and the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College in an exhibit on Art and Astronomy. Her work has been on view at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, at the Lohin Geduld Gallery, American Academy of Arts and Letters, the
Steinhardt Gallery at NYU, the Byrdcliffe Guild, the National Academy Museum, L’Atelier du Caire, among other venues. She has received grants and awards from the Peter S. Reed Foundation, the NEA, Fulbright Foundation, MacDowell Colony, American Academy of Arts and Letters, National Academy
Museum, and the Massachusetts Council on the Arts. In 2008, she was commissioned by the MTA Arts for Transit program to design windows for the Burnside Avenue subway stop. Laura lives in the Hudson Valley has been teaching at Bard College since 1987.
An opening celebration with music, guided tours and wine/snacks will take place on June 18.
RESERVE FREE TICKETS FOR THE OPENING