Fire in The Belly - Burnette Gallery, Woodstock, NY

Burnette Gallery presents Fire In The Belly, an exhibition showcasing the female experience, co-curated by artists Laura Gurton and Carole Kunstadt.
Identity, empowerment, family, relationships, fantasy, mythology, sensuality, the biological, emotional and spiritual are explored by twenty six artists from greater New York and beyond to the Hudson Valley. The Artists Reception on Saturday, October 13 will coincide with the widely acclaimed Woodstock Film Festival.

Exhibiting artists: Undine Brod, Amy Cheng, Tricia Cline, Orly Cogan, Susan Spencer Crowe, Penny Dell, Kara Eletto, Carla Goldberg, Laura Gurton, Kay Kenny, Simone Kestelman, Sky Kim, Carole Kunstadt, Janice La Motta, Alise Loebelsohn, Portia Munson, Debra Priestly, Ann Provan, Arlene Rush, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Jicky Schnee,  Judy Sigunick, Louise P. Sloane, Julia Santos Solomon, Terry Ann Tomlinson, Jayoung Yoon

Live at the Falcon - Image and Music

Full Circle - Art Bar

I will be exhibiting my paintings, digital work and sculpture at the Art Bar, Kingston, NY., May 5th - May 26th.  Opening reception will be May 5th 5-9pm

Radius 50, Juror David A. Ross, Woodstock Artists Association and Museum

Opening reception and Silent Auction Aug, 5th 2017
Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, Woodstock, NY

Summer Show - Hal Bromm Gallery NYC

Private View - 6-8, Tuesday July 11, 2017
July 12 - September 15, Tuesday - Friday 12-5

Edward Hopper House - Artist of the Month

Artist of the month - July 2017 - Small Works

Paintings 2010-2050

April 8th - April 30th TheoGanz Studio, Beacon, NY
Paintings from 2010 - 2017


PATTERNS showing at Wired Gallery, High Falls, NY
Curated by Laura Gurton, a group show with Carole P. Kunstadt, Carol Struve, Vincent Pomilio, Stephen Niccolls, Susan Spencer Crowe, and Sydney Cash.

The exhibition PATTERNS will open November 26th, 2016 at The Wired Gallery in High Falls, NY.  Laura Gurton an artist, working with repeating organic cellular shapes, realized that much of the art that she is attracted to consists of various patterns.  The different objects or shapes that each artist uses, repeats in recurring and regular compositions. Some artists use shapes that mimic nature and others use geometric shapes, some combine the geometric with the organic, all creating their own unique rhythm.  

Terrain at Evolve Gallery

Laura Gurton at Oriole 9

New Work Lake George Courthouse Gallery

8th annual

Far and Wide The 8th Annual Woodstock Regional

Opening Reception August 6th

13FOREST Gallery
167A Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, Mass.  02474

Dispatches From Eternity

Theo Ganz Studio, Beacon, NY
Opening reception April 9th, 2015 
Group Show


I am pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting at Art Miami - Context with Denise Bibro Fine Art December 2 -7, 2014.  Please stop by if you are in the area.

Laura Gurton - Solo Exhibition

August 2 - September 6, 2014 Opening Reception Saturday, August 2, 7-9pm
Beacon Art Short Wave Gallery
9412 Second Avenue, Stone Harbor, NJ,0827

PROCESS April 3 - May Reception April 3rd 6-8 pm

Artists include
Rachel Adams, David Ambrose, Carla Goldberg, Laura Gurton, Shane McAdams, Carolyn Meltzer and Ann Patterson, John Monti, Donna Moran, Courtney Puckett


Fresh Paint Exhibition
Jan 15 - 19 2014

New Work - BAU Gallery, Beacon NY

Solo show in the Beacon Room

The Show of Shows, Wired Gallery

Guest curator Lenny Kislin 

Velvet Lens / BB Contemporary / NYC

Opening reception Oct.3, 2013
308 156 Fifth Ave.
Project Art Space suite 308
New York City, NY
Please contact Lindsey and Natasha for special showings

Art Southampton

July 25 - 29, 2013
Booth A97
Van Brunt Projects

Bethel Woods: Current Hues of the Hudson Valley

August 10 - August 23 2013
Opening Reception August 10th
Bethel Woods - Center For The Arts

Venice Biennale 2013, Personal Structures

The Opening Receptions are May 28, 29, 30, and 31 at the Palazzo Bembo, Venice Italy.  I am so honored to be among these amazing artists. Exhibiting are:  Chul Hyun Ahn,Yoshitaka Amano, Alice Anderson, Jan-Erik Andersson, Axel Anklam, Yifat Bezalel, Hans Bischoffshausen, Djawid Borower, Faiza Butt, Genia Chef, Chen Ping, Canal Cheong Jagerroos, Karlyn De Jongh, Scott Eady, Toshikatsu Endo, Carole Feuerman, Cristiana Fioretti, Dale Frank, Chris Fraser, Marc Fromm, Sally Gabori, Jakob Gasteiger, Darryn George, Selby Ginn, David Goldenberg, Gotthard Graubner, Kimberley Gundle, Laura Gurton, Patrick Hamilton, Anne Herzbluth, Per Hess, Hirofumi Isoya, Sam Jinks, Grzego Klatka, Mehdi-Georges Lahou, James Lavadour, Helmut Lemke, Luce, Heinz Mack, Michele Manzini, Christopher Martin, Herre Methorst, David Middlebrook, Atelier Morales, Peter Simon Muhlhausser, Herman Nitsch, Yoko Ono, Roman Opalka, Otto Piene, Triny Prada, Qin Chong, Stefanus Rademey, Nicola Rae, Arnulf Rainer, Bogdan Rata, Thomas Riess, Rene Rietmeyer, Yhonnie Scarce, Wilhelm Scherubl, Dmitry Shorin, Nitin Shroff, The Icelandic Love Corporation, Monika Thiele, Michele Tombolini, Stefan Toth, Suh Jeong Min, Valie Export, Elena & Vitaliy Vasiliev, Ben Vautier, Raphael Vella, Andre Wagner, Xing Xin, Plamen Yordanov, Zhang Yu 

Recent Paintings - Laura Gurton

Recent Paintings - Laura Gurton
March 9 - April 7th 2013
Hudson Beach Gallery
126 Main Street, Beacon, NY

The 55th Venice Biennale, Palazzo Bembo

Congratulations to Laura Gurton for being selected to exhibit her work in Personal Structures at the Palazzo Bembo during the upcoming Venice Biennale 2013 from June 1st - Nov 24th 2013
Van Brunt Projects

Solo Show at WAAM - Woodstock Artists Association and Museum

My solo show will run from September 8th, through October 6th at the Woodstock Artist's Association and Museum.  Hope to see you at the opening reception September 8th 4-6pm. 

Group Show at the Edward Hopper House

This show is curated by Stanford Kay and I am proud to be with this group of amazing artists. Opening reception will be on July 7th 5-7. Please come.

MICROMORPHIC - May 4th- June 17th, 2012- Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY

I will be curating a group show with artists whose work explores similar shapes and subject matter to mine. Jen Bradford, a painter from Beacon N.Y., works to imply microscopic space and enormous expanse simultaneously.  Her lush paintings are saturated in color and texture and are both subtle and bold. Karen Kamenetzky, a fabric artist from Brattelboro, Vt also works with cellular imagery. She dyes, paints, and stitches cottons and silks to create boldly colored wall hangings.  Jodi Colella, a sculptor from Somerville, Ma., lets her hand spun plastic, tapestries of aluminum screen and steel wire, and felted orbs playfully mimic the patterns of science.  Constance Jacobson, an artist from Boston, Ma., creates hand drawn prints, paintings and digital art, examining the relationship between the artist and the scientist and between humans and all other vertebrates.  Susan Spencer Crowe, a sculptor from Kingston N.Y., will dazzle the eye with her biomorphic forms made from steel and fabric. 
I will be including my paintings in the show.  For each of us, the finished pieces are our own personal statements about our relationship to our materials, our processes and to what we find beautiful and important.  The work of these artists will stir the soul and make us yearn to touch and be part of their work.  
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