RECENT WORK

Projects and pieces from artist Laura McCullough. Available works will be labeled, all other pieces are either private commissions or have already SOLD. Contact us for pricing, prints of existing pieces, or inquiries on custom projects!

CHAI MEKOLAH

(Life Dance), Fluid Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

Inspired by beautiful women in my life who embody the Shulamite from Song of Solomon. She is the Bride, dancing to her life song, the unique melody written on her soul. This piece was chosen as the Winter 2017 cover for Rattle Magazine, the 2019 Rattle Poetry Prize promotional image, and received the Gilmer Arts Exhibition People's Choice Award 2020.

LOVE COVERS

Fluid Acrylic on Canvas

This privately commissioned abstract seeks to capture the essence of a galactic nebula. It explores how the abiding love of our Creator covers us in our times of need, with even the most immense and unreachable features of the Heavens forming simply the Hem of His Garment.

ROSEWOOD

Fluid Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

This personal piece was for the owner of Rosewood Farms, a family goat farm in Kennesaw, Georgia. The images that make up the collage are actual photographs of the farm and property.

BRAINSTORM

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

Commissioned for the offices of Atlanta Neurotherapy Institute in Woodstock, Ga, this large scale painting sought to capture all the elements working together within the process of Neurotherapy to bring health and wholeness to ANI clients.

PANEL I

Acrylic on Canvas

Inspired by BrainStorm, this panel was created for someone who loved the original but wanted something reduced down to the serene background of the piece.

MAJESTIC WHIMSY I

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

 A commission for a client's home, these pieces were "made to order" for a woodsy, rustic feel and earthy color palette.

TWO WITNESSES

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

Created to address both past and present issues facing First Nations people in America, this diptych is currently on display in the Red Clay Historic Museum. 

ALABASTER JAR II

Watercolor Pencil and Charcoal on Paper

We each pour out the "oil" that is in us when we create or connect with others. May our offering be a pleasant perfume, as the woman who bathed Messiah's feet with her hair.

Georgia, USA

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