OPEN STUDIO @  GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street, Reading PA
Every Second Sunday 12-4pm or by appointment

Current Exhibitions:  

GoggleWorks Studio Artists' 12th Annual Exhibition
October 29, 2016 - January 8, 2017
Cohen Gallery @ GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street, Reading, PA 19601
Opening Reception: November 4th 5:30-7:30pm followed by Artists
Open Studios 7:30 - 8:30pm

Solo Exhibit
November 10 - December 4, 2016
Van Scoy Jewelers
2733 Paper Mill Road,
Wyomissing, PA
Opening Recception:
November 10th 5-8pm

Visual Jazz: The Band
Betts, Carlino, Homan, Wicks
3rd Floor Hallway @ GoggleWorks
Photographs by John Elder
Sketches by Lauralynn White
October 1  December 28, 2016
Ashgar Studios
Lauralynn White

The Exquisite Joy of Sorrow

Alvernia University ~ Miller Gallery

Lauralynn White brings her vision of humanity in the natural
world to the subject of grieving and celebrates the sublime
fulfillment attained by spending time working through
emotions to a higher plane of consciousness. Fusing the
human body with the landscape, she illuminates dark
places and celebrates the sacred nature of all things.

White graduated magna cum laude from Savannah College
of Art and Design, Savannah, GA with a BFA. She is an
exhibiting member of N.A.W.A., NYC and juried Studio
Artist and Gallery Director at GoggleWorks Center for the
Arts, Reading, PA.
Named in the TOP TEN shows of 2014
by the Reading Eagle!

"Distances is an exploration of the space and time between one
place and another. Distances can take many forms: the physical
measurement, the journey to self, a separation from understanding,
emotional estrangement or simply the road leading us forward. The
works in this exhibit are an exploration of my fascination with these
varying concepts of distance.”
                                 –Lauralynn White, January 2015
"Beneath the Bower"
linocut relief print
Limited Edition of 25  prints
Now located in STUDIO # 305 @
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19540