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Lauren Woodward (she/her) was born and raised as an artist in the suburbs of Denver, CO and has been creating art for over 20 years. Her work focuses on the natural and intentional environments around her, from her perspective as a young artist growing up in the Southwestern United States. Lauren’s credo of ‘art, earth & purpose’ is focused within her work and focuses on creating while being environmentally conscious and encouraging the accessibility of fine art and design for all to improve societal well-being. Art and design have always coexisted within Lauren’s creative process and continue to influence her artwork and the compositional relationships between subject matter and deliberately designed interior environments.


Gallery Shows

Lucky Lab Gallery
12371 Mead Way
Littleton, CO

September 17th - October 1st


3377 Blake Street #102
Denver, CO 80205

The Olive Branch
2370 Main St
Littleton, CO 80120

2021 Markets

Second Saturdays
2359 Main St
Littleton, CO 80120

October 9th, 2021
9am - 4pm

Horseshoe Market
4645 W 46th Ave
Denver, CO
September 25th, 2021
from 10am - 4pm

Commissioned Projects

Eames Foundation

February 2020 (ongoing)

Commissioned to create several different examples of projects that the Eames Office

has been posting through their educational branch of their organization.

Bethel College FemCore 

August 2018

Commissioned to create 2 illustrations that were printed as stickers that

provoked positivity and inclusivity for International Women's Day.

Bethel College Diversity Council 

January 2019

Commissioned to create 3 illustrations that were printed as sticker

and buttons for Women's History Month events. 

April 2019

Commissioned to design a t-shirt for the Bethel College Diversity Council

end of the year event.  


Sage Magazine

Spring 2022

A brief interview about myself and my work was published in this issue. 


Spring 2017

The painting titled 'Hands" was published in this issue.

Spring 2018

The painting titled 'Papaya Maya' was published in this issue.

Spring 2019

Two digital illustrations titled 'Paris' & 'Michelle' were published in this issue.

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