Laurie A. Guzda is a mixed media artist, photographer, and writer who resides in the northeast Pocono Mountains. As a storyteller working in a variety of mediums, Guzda has a particular passion for using found objects.
This episode features mixed media artist Laurie A. Guzda working from her studio in Hawley, PA.
Celebrating the power of the Mother Goddess from whom everything in creation pours out, the series is a blend of Mixed Media expressing the ‘Divine Feminine’.
In her series “Forest Driftwood Talking Sticks”, which ranges from wall hangings, to standing sculptures – Guzda’s pieces combine natural items from the woods mixed with repurposed fabric, clay and found objects.
“As a storyteller, my favorite form for creating art is mixed media. It is irresistible to me to find an object and build a story around it. That’s been the source of my art in recent years. And often, I try to include humor.” — Laurie A. Guzda.
On Location | Artists at Work
Amidst the winter months DVAA welcomes audiences for intimate curated salon presentations that feature exciting new voices from within our community and offer insight into their creative practice.
DVAA’s 2021 Salon Series will debut a series of short-form documentaries spotlighting three local female artists as they create new works of art.
Narrowsburg-based filmmaker Oriel Danielson directs the series. Part documentary, part artist talk and demonstration, the series is viewable online on DVAA’s website, beginning on March 6.
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