Coming this Summer at  Foothill Galleries  in Cleveland.

Coming this Summer at Foothill Galleries in Cleveland.

 Pleased to be featured in  Peripheral Visions'  upcoming  Issue 8 .  This will be Peripheral Visions's first hard-copy print version and will also be available on-line. Look for this to appear in May/June 2018.    Click here  for my artist's profile.

Pleased to be featured in Peripheral Visions' upcoming Issue 8.  This will be Peripheral Visions's first hard-copy print version and will also be available on-line. Look for this to appear in May/June 2018. 

Click here for my artist's profile.

 Delighted that the  Joan Mitchell Foundation 's catalog for the  2016-2017 Emerging Artist Grants  has arrived. Download of complete catalog is available  here.

Delighted that the Joan Mitchell Foundation's catalog for the 2016-2017 Emerging Artist Grants has arrived. Download of complete catalog is available here.

 Featured in  "Cleveland in Newark"  presented by  Denison University  with an opening on February 17, 2018.   Click here  for details.

Featured in "Cleveland in Newark" presented by Denison University with an opening on February 17, 2018.

Click here for details.

 Featured in  Worthington Yards  permanent collection and new Yards Project Space opening on January 18, 2018.    Click here  for details.

Featured in Worthington Yards permanent collection and new Yards Project Space opening on January 18, 2018. 

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  Peripheral Visions Fellowship  for upcoming Issue 8 that focuses on new work with a critical approach to craft, textiles, materiality and sculpture. Peripheral Visions first hard copy print version is due out in May 2018.   Click here  for details.

Peripheral Visions Fellowship for upcoming Issue 8 that focuses on new work with a critical approach to craft, textiles, materiality and sculpture. Peripheral Visions first hard copy print version is due out in May 2018.

Click here for details.

  Art Review:  Current events reflected in works at Emily Davis Gallery    Click here  for Anderson Turner's Beacon Journal review of Altered States at Emily Davis Gallery at University of Akron.

Art Review:  Current events reflected in works at Emily Davis Gallery

Click here for Anderson Turner's Beacon Journal review of Altered States at Emily Davis Gallery at University of Akron.

  Art Review: Fiber artists take on tough subjects from the news    Click here  for Anderson Turner's Beacon Journal review of fiber arts exhibition at The Sculpture Center.

Art Review: Fiber artists take on tough subjects from the news

Click here for Anderson Turner's Beacon Journal review of fiber arts exhibition at The Sculpture Center.

  Materialism    Curated by Lauren Davies at H Space with work by Eli Gfell, Elizabeth Emery, Aaron Koehn and Ella Medicus. Opening reception on October 27 at 7:00pm, Artists' Talk on October 28 at 2:00 pm.   H Space  is located at 10237 Berea Road, Unit H, Cleveland, OH 44012

Materialism

Curated by Lauren Davies at H Space with work by Eli Gfell, Elizabeth Emery, Aaron Koehn and Ella Medicus. Opening reception on October 27 at 7:00pm, Artists' Talk on October 28 at 2:00 pm.

H Space is located at 10237 Berea Road, Unit H, Cleveland, OH 44012

  University of Akron Myers School of Art presents "Heatsink" and "Altered States" exhibitions.    Click here  for Cleveland.com article.

University of Akron Myers School of Art presents "Heatsink" and "Altered States" exhibitions.

Click here for Cleveland.com article.

   
  
 
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     "Altered States: Works by Christi Birchfield & Lauren Davies"  an exhibition by two Cleveland based mixed-media artists. Join the University of Akron in greeting and meeting the artists in the two concurrent exhibitions at the Emily Davis Gallery with a reception on October 4.  On view from September 28 - October 20, 2017  University of Akron, 150 E Exchange St, Akron, OH 44325   https://www.uakron.edu/art/galleries/

"Altered States: Works by Christi Birchfield & Lauren Davies" an exhibition by two Cleveland based mixed-media artists. Join the University of Akron in greeting and meeting the artists in the two concurrent exhibitions at the Emily Davis Gallery with a reception on October 4.

On view from September 28 - October 20, 2017

University of Akron, 150 E Exchange St, Akron, OH 44325

https://www.uakron.edu/art/galleries/

  MOCA Cleveland's Visiting Curator Award Program   September 2017 awarded MOCA studio visit with Jose Carlos Diaz, Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum and MOCA Curator, Will Brown.    https://www.mocacleveland.org/programs/visiting-curator

MOCA Cleveland's Visiting Curator Award Program

September 2017 awarded MOCA studio visit with Jose Carlos Diaz, Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum and MOCA Curator, Will Brown. 

https://www.mocacleveland.org/programs/visiting-curator

  Objections and Connections:   Fiber Artists Talk Back  William Marcellus Armstrong, Lauren Davies, Trey D. Gehring, Penny Mateer, and Kathryn Shinko.  On View September 15 – October 27, 2017  The Sculpture Center 1834 E. 123rd Street, Cleveland, OH 44106  http://sculpturecenter.org/

Objections and Connections: Fiber Artists Talk Back
William Marcellus Armstrong, Lauren Davies, Trey D. Gehring, Penny Mateer, and Kathryn Shinko.

On View September 15 – October 27, 2017

The Sculpture Center
1834 E. 123rd Street, Cleveland, OH 44106
http://sculpturecenter.org/

Conversation with Lauren Davies and 'sindikit at Washington Project for the Arts on June 28, 2017

Sindikit presents: Lauren Davies

 Washington Project for the Arts

  2017 Ohio Arts Council Excellence Award in Photography   Details  here.

2017 Ohio Arts Council Excellence Award in Photography

Details here.

  North Seattle College Art Gallery

North Seattle College Art Gallery

  Recipient of Joan Mitchell Foundation 2016 Emerging Artist Grant.   Details  here .

Recipient of Joan Mitchell Foundation 2016 Emerging Artist Grant.

Details here.

Methods of Collection at University City Science Center's Esther Klein Gallery in Philadelphia.

February 11 - March 25, 2016

Details here.

Review: The People's Museum of Revisionist Natural Itstory at SPACES

ArtHopper.org, June 29, 2016 by Rebecca Groynom 

Click here for ArtHopper. org review.

SPACES Parodies Natural History Museums in Edgy Spoof Built for Laughs

Steven Litt, Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 8, 2015

Click for full review. 

  Lauren Davies: The Hall of Faux Moon Rocks.

Lauren Davies: The Hall of Faux Moon Rocks.

SPACES: The People's Museum of Revisionist Natural Itstory. 

A collaborative effort seeking narrative justice. On view from November 20, 2015 - January 15, 2016.

Click here for complete information.

Ohio Arts Council, Individual Excellence Award, 2015

Recent Reviews

It's All Been Done Before: Rose Bouthillier, Art Hopper, February 3, 2015

Click Here for complete review.

It's All Been Done Before at FORUM Artspace: Christoper Lynn, February 18, 2015

Click Here for complete review.

Shoebox Orchestra Review: Two Galleries with New Tomorrows, Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, October 3, 2014:

Lauren Davies' small sculptures made of plaster, paint, pulverized glass and flocking masquerade as mineral specimens, igniting the desire to heft them.

Davies' idea of faking bits of the earth smilingly satirizes the traditional notion of "nature" - that is, the visible world - as art's proper subject, linking it with current anxieties about human artifice as a menace to life on its home planet.