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Laura Majeste is a mother, daughter, and organizing fanatic who pours her heart and soul into every task she takes on. She is passionate about organizing, family, love, food, decor and so much more. Here you will learn more about Laura and what inspires her each and every day.

The Art of LAM

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Meet Laurie Masters Artiste Extraordinaire!


    I have had the honor and privilege of knowing Laurie ( dubbed Princess Laurie by my sons ) for more than 25 years.  Like many friendships we meet in high school.  There was a group of us ( most of us are still friends!) that ate lunch together in the hallway outside of the library.  We were known around school as the kids in the library hall.

  Laurie is singularly one of the most talented people that I know!   The way that she transforms a canvas is like nothing I have ever seen before.  Her attention to detail is out of this world.  It is my pleasure to feature her here today.  


A selection of Oil Paintings:




..."Laurie has always been fascinated by what can be portrayed in facial expressions, particularly, what the eyes portray. Laurie started out painting in acrylics, but after discovering the beauty and diversity of oil, she decided to concentrate her painting to oil on canvas. Laurie excels in painting in vibrant color, but also enjoys painting black and white portraits. Laurie also incorporates texture into her paintings through palette knives or the use of textured paper to achieve the desired effect. Her paintings are contemporary portraits, all done on a fairly large scale and are intended to give the viewer a “feeling”, whether that be to elicit sympathy, tears, or a smile...."

A selection of Prismacolored Pencil Portraits:




..."most of Laurie’s paintings have been seen by others through photographs, she sent her actual painting of Ellen Degeneres to Ellen’s television studio in Los Angeles. The painting subsequently appeared on “Ellen”, hanging on the wall on one of her talk show episodes featuring actress Jennifer Aniston, being prominently displayed in the middle of a group of viewer art. It appeared on Ellen’s show a second time in an episode when Ellen took viewer art to display at the MET in New York City, where it was hung for a time..."

For more information, to view or order your own painting please visit:  www.theartoflam.wordpress.com.  I promise you won't regret it.

Laura xx





**all pictures and quotes were used with permission from Laurie Masters of The Art of Lam**


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