Oana Lauric was born in Bucharest, lived studied and worked as an architect in Paris for a decade, and later in the US. She has been working as a full time professional Visual Artist since 2002, and owns Artoujours, Inc. art studio and gallery at 162 Newbury St. in Boston.
Lauric is a member of the Copley Society of Art in Boston, with whom she exhibits her paintings on and off site, a member of American Women Artists and a fellow artist member of St. Botolph Club. Her art is currently represented by Scott Bundy Gallery in Kennebunkport ME, J.Todd gallery in Wellesley MA, Chatham Fine Art Gallery in Chatham MA. Her work has been extensively featured in prestigious publications, and can be found as in private and corporate collections around the world.
"In my paintings, I explore the impact of our environment on our psyche; I believe that the surroundings we create influence the way we behave. The experience of discovering a quality urban environment that stimulates all senses is always a subtle, nevertheless fantastic adventure.
My paintings reflect a voyage, a movement through space and time, a dynamic perception of our man-made environment. Through perceptions of light and shadows, depth and chromatic intensity, matching visual and auditive rhythms or contrasting textures, my intent is to signal the power of our surroundings and hopefully raise expectations in their regards.
We are shaped by these spaces as much as we shape them!"
"We are shaped by these spaces as much as we shape them!"