Laara WilliamSen

  • Laara WilliamSen says “I like to paint what I sense or feel: the sound of a stream, the sparkles of light in the green world of nature or the city with hard edges and some blazing red sounds. I hope people may find joy in my artworks.“ She graduated from Emily Carr University in 1988. Her career spans more than 45 years and she’s exhibited both locally and internationally in 91 solos and 136 group exhibitions. Laara’s paintings are held in private collections around the world.


    • I mixed up large amounts of oil paint in my studio and created RIPPLES by dipping my fingers into the paint and onto the canvas. It felt like flying. I was laughing and dancing while I followed my Muse. This painting was created with joy. Original oil painting sized 30 x 40 inches. 2018
    • This was painted in my studio as a commission for a client. I used my fingers and oil paint and worked quickly after meditating, The overall size is 24 x 36 inches.
    • Interlude represents the place I am in currently, just beginning to feel my way out of two years of isolation. Perhaps, this acrylic sketch on paper will be the start of a series but I cannot really know as I am stretching out to the world once again.
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