LAURA BERMAN

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Umbra: RV19
Umbra: RV19

. 2018 57"h x 37"w Relief

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Umbra: RV1
Umbra: RV1

. 2017 57"h x 37"w Relief

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Umbra: FS35
Umbra: FS35

. 2018 18"h x 18"w Relief

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Umbra: RS4
Umbra: RS4

. 2018 18"h x 18"w Relief

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Umbra: FM3
Umbra: FM3

. 2015 30"h x 30"w Relief

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Umbra: RV25
Umbra: RV25

. 2018 57"h x 37"w Relief

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Umbra: RV3
Umbra: RV3

. 2017 57"h x 37"w Relief

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Umbra: RV7
Umbra: RV7

. 2017 57"h x 37"w Relief

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Umbra: FS27
Umbra: FS27

. 2018 18"h x 18"w Relief

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Umbra: RS5
Umbra: RS5

. 2018 18"h x 18"w Relief

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Umbra: RS3
Umbra: RS3

. 2018 18"h x 18"w Relief

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Umbra: RS6
Umbra: RS6

. 2018 18"h x 18"w Relief

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"Berman described her musical approach to composition during a studio visit with The Print Perspective: 'I think about music a lot when I work,' she said. 'I’m not a musician, but I think about what kind of music I like and how it’s composed. How there’s variations on a theme, and there’s rhythm and balance, different instruments that come in or go out. I just think about those relationships and tone as a parallel to how I print and sort of my own creative process.' Resolutely, some of the richest movements in the Umbra series arise when the print has received multiple passes on the press and the various layers interact. Here, when the layers of semi-transparent inks overlap, new phantom colors seem to emerge."

– Amelia Ishmael, independent writer, curator, and artist

 

Laura Berman creates hand-made structures based on sequence, multiple and interactive images through her work, which is often non-traditionally displayed and orchestrated. The fluidity of working with a variety of tangible printmaking mediums enables this work to live various lives. Laura has created site-specific exhibitions and exhibited her print work at numerous galleries and museums around the country and internationally. In addition, she has been a visiting artist and has worked as an artist-in-residence at a number of institutions throughout the USA and also in Spain. She is currently an Assiociate Professor of Printmaking at the Kansas City Art Institute. She received her BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and her MFA from Tulane University.