Laura Sue King has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including one-person exhibitions at the Painters Gallery in Fleischmanns, New York; el Museo de Arte de Caguas in Puerto Rico; and StandPipe Gallery, Modernica, and Eich Space in New York City. She has been honored both as an artist and teacher, receiving a community arts grant from the New York State Council for the Arts, an AIM award from the Bronx Museum of the Arts, an international printmaking residency from the Mahatma Gandhi Institute on the island of Mauritius, and academic awards from Hunter College and the New School in New York City. King is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Hunter College, and also teaches intensive painting and color theory classes to young women in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Her exhibitions and curatorial projects have been reviewed in Artforum and the New York Times. Her work is included in the collections of the Edward Albee Foundation and el Museo de Arte de Caguas. She lives and paints in Brooklyn and the Catskills.
Photo by Néstor Daniel Pérez-Molière 2015