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Lauren Tilden  Elk Township, NJ

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About Lauren

Lauren Tilden studied at the University of Delaware and received a Master of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where she had the opportunity to study with Sidney Goodman, Vincent Desiderio and Patrick Connors. She currently exhibits with Artists’ House Gallery in Philadelphia, PA. She is a two-time the recipient of grants from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. Publications include “A Quiet Light” The Artist’s Magazine, March 2011, “Mutter die in Bilde sind” 2010, Elisabeth Sandmann and American Painting Video Magazine Fall 2012 issue. Lauren Tilden lives and works in New Jersey.

Lauren explains her work by saying, “In a distant century, a man named Job asked, “What is man…that You should set Your heart on him?” Today my paintings repeat that very same question. My figurative and landscape paintings explore the tension between the corporeal and spiritual; the place where God reaches his hand to Adam. I prioritize the depiction of light which creates the illusion of three dimensional form. This foundation allows for exploration in narratives surrounding the concept of man’s relationship to God. Together my paintings depict the tension between devastation and the possibility of renewal.”

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'New Jersey'


5 reactions displayed

"very pretty"

"Beautiful, serene. Good use of color and shadow. This woman seems to be in deep thought and what a more peaceful place than in a field without the surrounding world to interupt or interfer with her thoughts. You can get closer to God in a setting such as this. I really like this painting"

"very emotional"

"These are so beuatiful. Undeniably Andrew Wyeth inspired! Oh...and God , too."

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