Laurice Wade’s early abstract artwork pursued inner expressions remembering experiences in the wilds. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in textiles and drawing. Laurice hand-wove richly colored textiles in the form of scarves. She sold in over 30 galleries nationwide under the name “The Sumptuous Scarf.”
Currently, Laurice enjoys creating drawings inspired by wilderness moments and creative words.
The focus of my art is to reveal the reflections of worlds hidden by our everyday lives. What if, one could bring the unseen into existence? I am often surprised when I stumble across a profound essence. For, there really is an infinite ocean of perceptions and inner connections beyond what we can normally sense. They can be a truer world than what our eyes see.
It is exciting to bring an unseen essence into existence for others to experience. Catching reflections and observing the transitions from outer to inner worlds, gives me the opportunity to share a truth or beauty with others. The world has so much beauty we need to look after and nurture.