Between Us
Allison Shannon & Lauralynn White
Schmidt Gallery @ GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washibngton St., Reading, PA
November  5 -
December 28, 2015
Opening: Thursday November 5 | 6-8pm
Drum circle led by Mark Seaman @ 7:30pm
Special Event: Friday, November 20 | 6-8pm

GoggleWorks Artists' 11th Annual Exhibition
Cohen Gallery @ GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street, Reading, PA
October 31, 2015 -- January 6, 2016
Opening November 6th | 5:30-7:30pm

Upcoming Exhibitions:

Visual Jazz, The Bryan Bett's Band
photographs by John Elder
sketches by Lauralynn White
Louis Long Gallery @ GAPS
128 5th St., Reading, PA
Opening March 25, 2016
Bryan Bett's Band Performing

Lauralynn White
Solo Exhibition
Boyer Gallery @ The Hill School
860 Beech St., Pottstown, PA
Opening September 9, 2016
Ashgar Studios
Lauralynn White
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The Exquisite Joy of Sorrow

Alvernia University ~ Miller Gallery

Lauralynn White brings her vision of humanity in the natural world to
the subject of grieving and celebrates the sublime fulfillment attained
by spending time working through emotions to a higher plane of
consciousness. Fusing the human body with the landscape, she
illuminates dark places and celebrates the sacred nature of all things.

White graduated magna cum laude from Savannah College of Art and
Design, Savannah, GA with a BFA. She is an exhibiting member of
N.A.W.A., NYC and juried Studio Artist and Gallery Director at
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading, PA.
Named in the TOP TEN shows of 2014
by the Reading Eagle!

"Distances is an exploration of the space and time between one
place and another. Distances can take many forms: the physical
measurement, the journey to self, a separation from understanding,
emotional estrangement or simply the road leading us forward. The
works in this exhibit are an exploration of my fascination with these
varying concepts of distance.”
                                                 –Lauralynn White, January 2015