Laura Latimer grew up in the Texas plains. Her first creative expression was photographing derelict
structures while earning a BA at Texas Tech University. After years working in digital publishing, she
enrolled at Texas State University and in 2005, received a BFA in Studio Art.
As a founding member of ars ipsa collective, Laura began constructing site-specific works made from
reclaimed shipping materials. In 2012, she established a solo practice combining textural painting
and the volume of sculpture with the immersive quality of installation.
Laura’s work has been shown regionally in Texas and at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana.
Most recently, the installation Dispersal was featured at Box 13 ArtSpace, she was included in a group
showing of women sculptors at Dimension Gallery, and the Julia C. Butridge Gallery hosted a solo
exhibition of her installation and mixed media works.
Laura currently lives and works in Austin, Texas.
2017 Thereafter, exhibition/installation, Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery, Austin TX
2016 Synapse, solo exhibition, Julia C. Butridge Gallery, Austin TX
2015 Disparate Mythos: Women of Sculpture, Dimension Gallery, Austin TX
2015 Dispersal, solo exhibition/site-specific installation, Box 13 ArtSpace, Houston TX2016
2015 Art Boards 2015, Honorable Mention finalist, Austin TX
2015 Artists Interpret the Elements, The Walker’s Gallery, San Marcos TX
2015 Crossing Lines: Austin, TX, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, IN
2014 New Art | Arte Nuevo: San Antonio 2014, UTSA Art Gallery, San Antonio TX
2014 Austin Image Program, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport