Laura Harper Lake is a modern era renaissance woman, who is passionate about being creative. To name a few focuses: painting (watercolor, acrylic, oil), drawing, mixed media, digital arts, photography, printmaking, sculpture (stone and wood), graphic design, website building, film making, writing music, writing short stories, and podcasting.
This thirst for creativity has been with Laura since she was a little nugget of an artist and that grew into a viable future after attending and graduating from the charming Chester College of New England. Laura has displayed her work in various galleries throughout New England, and is a permanent artist represented at the Art Up Front Street Gallery in Exeter, NH. Laura works as a graphic designer for the Regional Economic Development Center, a driven non-profit that serves southern New Hampshire. Laura also serves multiple clients with freelance graphic design and website building services. Laura also co-host a weekly podcast, Creative Guts, that interviews other creatives from all disciplines and explores what we’re all striving to communicate through our craft.
Laura resides in a quaint little town on the darling New Hampshire seacoast, filled to the brim with natural beauty. Her inspirations often come from a heroic author who doubles as her partner in crime, a plucky puppy with boundless energy, and an omniscient feline who truly runs the show.