“The Subjectivity of Precision” by Emily Laughlin
Explore the comparison between the visual perception of monochrome and color, paint and pen, with Emily Laughlin. Delve into an exhibition that encourages the contemplation of subjectivity and the comprehension of intent through a personal lens.
Emily is a local artist residing in Bryan, TX. She studied art in Oregon before moving to Texas with her husband in 2011, where she took a break in her artistic endeavors to start a family. In recent years, she has begun to revisit her creative passions through painting and illustration.
Emily hopes that her love of creating visual contrasts helps viewers to have a new understanding of the precision of abstraction and similarities found in illustration.