Laura Walters channels the underlying energy and rhythms of the natural world, transforming metal into elegant sculptures that celebrate the beauty and complexities of our universe. From her early works in bronze to more recent pieces in steel, delicate and organic shapes emerge in a variety of scales.
A native of Texas now based in Dallas, Walters studied sculpture at the School of Visual Arts in New York, the University of North Texas in Denton, and the Creative Arts Center of Dallas. She also studied figurative sculpture at The Studio of George Davis. Laura opened her own studio in 2000 where she began creating her Aqua Designs Collection.
Walters’s sculptures can be found in public and private collections including Hometown Community, North Richland Hills, TX; Hilton Hotel, Costa Mesa, CA; City of Dallas, TX, Lake Highlands Town Center; Hurst Convention Center, TX; Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Regional Hear Center, TX; St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Coral Gables, FL; and Neiman Marcus, Dallas, TX. Walters’s largest work to date at 20 feet in height—Suspended in Bloom, 2013—is located in the motor court at Vitruvian Park, Fiori in Addison, TX.
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