Laura Colors

Ann Arbor, Michigan / USA

Laura Colors is the pseudonym of American surrealist painter Laura Parsons. She is a classically trained artist but believes that she has learned more through her years of work in illustration and graphic design and exploring new mediums on her own. Her art can be found on her collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/14 in 2019. […]

Biography / Laura Colors

Laura Colors is the pseudonym of American surrealist painter Laura Parsons. She is a classically trained artist but believes that she has learned more through her years of work in illustration and graphic design and exploring new mediums on her own. Her art can be found on her collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/14 in 2019.

Inspired by fairytales, classic animation, nature and the woods surrounding her studio in Michigan, Parsons’ work is a result of many hours spent creating characters, sculpts, vinyl figures, and fantasy worlds. She is a member of the artist collective 64 Colors, where she is involved, among other things, in the design of custom toys and the organization of art-based experiences for international collectors and clients. Laura’s art is part of many private collections and has been shown in galleries all over the world.

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