Laura Epler is an internationally established contemporary artist. She studied studio art at the Parsons School of Design, Paris campus. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Cultural and Intellectual History and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Ms. Epler has been an active studio artist for over thirty years. Her work has been and is currently on exhibit in Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Cuzco, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, Santa Fe, Washington D.C. , Art Basel Miami, Boca Raton, and Brooklyn, New York. Ms. Epler is currently showing at the Bellini Museum in Florence Italy. In 2022 her works will be featured at the Carrousel du Louvre exhibit in Paris.
Epler's work ranges from large mixed media pieces to paintings, collage, small constructions and Word Works that feature her original writings with associated paintings.
Laura’s inspiration springs from art history, literature, popular culture, human rights, and spiritual studies. Her inspirational and thought provoking work has been shown in numerous venues and in private collections around the world. Her collectors include Ms. Helen Dickerson, long term patron of the National Museum of American Art and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and Mr. Elston Gunn, Malibu, Ca. Another prominent collector of Ms. Epler’s work is Mr. William I Koch of Palm Beach and Aspen Colorado.