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Laura Trisiano 


Laura Trisiano is a mixed media and found object artist, making both freestanding and wall sculpture inspired by nature, architecture, and the yogic arts and sciences. 


Prior to returning to her current work of mixed media and sculpture, she worked in the fiber arts combining hand painted and hand dyed fabrics with mixed media to create art for the body and the home. For over 30 years she participated in juried fine craft shows and exhibitions, and was represented by fine department stores and boutiques such as Bergdorf Goodman and Henri Bendel, as well as galleries and museum shops throughout the east coast.   


She’s come full circle again working in sculpture, in which she holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (1982) from Mason Gross School of The Arts at Rutgers University, N.J. 


Since 2018, she’s had one solo show in New York, and has been in invitational and juried exhibitions in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. 


Born in Brooklyn, New York, Trisiano has lived in New Jersey since she was five, and calls Hunterdon County her home since 1995. 


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.


Artist Statement

Inspired by nature, architecture, and the yogic arts and sciences, my art explores the seen and unseen energies and aspects of Life. I’m interested in the interplay and interconnection where the physical and spiritual worlds meet, and want to express the spirit of things, not just their forms. 


I consider the pieces in my current work to be small, intimate shrines and offerings that celebrate and honor Earth. I invite you to see them as visual invocations, much like a sacred prayer or song calls to the transcendent.  


Attracted to time worn objects, I gather things on my walks along roads and in forests, and from salvage, antique and flea markets to use in my art. I appreciate how each thing I collect embodies different qualities of the five natural elements. I like playing with those differences and discovering what they may symbolize in my art. 

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