Laura Owens is a Los Angeles-based visual artist whose often largely-scaled paintings represent a blend of abstract and figurative, incorporating whimsical doodles and fine line drawing. Owen's work has been included in collections at the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Whitney Museum (New York), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. She received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and MFA from California Institute of the Arts.
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Spend Time Alone
Owens shares her thoughts on alone time.
Owning Your Work
Owens discusses how she deals with criticism.
Failure Is Interesting
Owens shares her unconventional philosophy on failure.
Owens discusses getting older.
Owens talks about how difficult it is for young women to stay focused with so many distractions around them.
Owens discusses her feelings about feminism.
Artist and Mom
Owens reveals the challenges in being an artist and a mom.
Owens shares how she balances motherhood, business, and art.
Art and The Internet
Owens talks about how the internet has affected the art world.
Owens talks about the experience of going through an art program.
The Origin of a Painting
Owens talks about how she gets inspired to begin a new painting.