Laura Berger is a multi-disciplinary artist who paints abstract scenes that explore human rituals, nature, and freedom in her portraits of female subjects. Most of her works are in acrylic on a wood panel but she also creates paintings in large-scale murals and ceramics.
Berger’s signature style features minimalist human forms but changes as years go by. “Finding my current style has been a gradual process that’s evolved over several years of working full time at painting. It’s always changing, though I feel a bit more settled in lately and I think the changes are maybe happening in slower, more subtle ways now. I think styles continue to evolve with the changes in our own selves and lives—the things that happen in our inner world and our outer experience both play a part; getting older affects creative work as we see new things and grow as people,” she told Colossal.
Berger’s work is currently on display in her solo show at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, CA, until December 22, 2018.