Haley Lauw is a romantic sap.
She uses found-and-collected objects and print media to share stories about loss, lovin’, and livin’. She has been an artist in residence at The Wassaic Project and The Pajama Factory, a visiting artist lecturer at Bloomsburg University and the University of West Florida, and a stone lithography workshop instructor at Studio Paper +. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Gulf Coast region, at Fountain Art Fair during Art Basel Miami, and most recently, at The Wassaic Project in their summer exhibition Vagabond Time Killers. Her prints are in the collections of the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, The Southeast Review, and the Southern Graphics Council International Archives. She received her MFA from Florida State University and her BA in Fine Arts and English from the University of West Florida; and she currently teaches printmaking courses in a rather damp basement of a research building at Florida State University.
MFA, Florida State University, Printmaking, Installation, 2015
BA, University of West Florida, Studio Art (Printmaking, Sculpture), English (Analysis, Criticism), 2012
Psychological aspects of empathy, death, and loss in art
Psychology and color theory