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June 18, 2020

My daughter Stella and I have had a front row seat to the protests ignited by the murder of George Floyd. Our balcony overlooking 8th Street and Broadway is 12 stories above where thousands of peaceful protesters marched during the day and a birds eye view of the civil unrest that happened over 3 sleepless nights in Greenwich Village.

We are living history. I struggle to explain to an 8 year old in truthful but simple terms what is happening and why. 
The Monday morning after the unrest, Stella and I logged into her Google distance learning meeting just like every school day during the new normal. I worried that nothing would be said about what happened below our balcony Sunday night. 
Stella's 2nd grade teacher Ms. Kwon addressed our living history immediately. She asked if everyone had heard about George Floyd's murder and if they had seen any of the protests. Ms. Kwon told us about a book she had written called "The Unforgettable Story of George Floyd" and began reading it to the class.  A discussion followed that would be the envy of the United Nations. If second graders ruled the world, what a wonderful place it would be.  READ THE BOOK HERE  if you are searching for a conversation starter with your elementary school aged children.
My daughter's public school in Greenwich Village is one of the best elementary schools in Manhattan (in my opinion). Its famous alumni include Robert De Niro, Scarlett Johansson, Adam Horovitz (of the Beastie Boys) and many others. 
We have some diversity at our school. There are many different nationalities and children of color. However, there are very few black children. I would say that there is hardly any socioeconomic diversity to speak of. Attending a school like this is white privilege or socioeconomic privilege (which is often the same thing).  Ok, so it's "woke white privilege", but it's still white privilege. The question is, what am I going to do about it?
Here is how I am supporting the current climate of change:
  • Announcing my allyship with Black Lives Matter. 
  • Listening to my friends and colleagues of color even when they might have difficult feedback to hear.
  • Learning as much as I can about the hardships faced by people of color in America now and historically.
  • Raising awareness and money for organizations I believe are making a difference like IntegrateNYC and The Robin Hood Foundation.
  • Giving 100% of the profits from all products featuring my Lady Liberty Black and White to Integrate NYC - a youth-led organization that stands for integration and equity in New York City schools. Watch video about IntegrateNYC HERE.

I choose to support Integrate NYC with my art, my speech and my wallet. Integrate NYC is a youth-led organization that stands for integration and equity in New York City schools.  Purchase my Lady Liberty Black and White image in any format and 100% of the profits will go directly to IntegrateNYC through June 2021.




Studio Laura Loving Black Lives Matter Statement

I support The Black Lives Matter movement challenging systemic oppression, structural racism and police brutality. I grieve the loss of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and so many countless others.
I stand with the black community and other communities of color, as well as those who are disenfranchised or discriminated against based on race, religion, or sexual orientation.
I stand against police brutality in all forms.
I stand against the widespread alienation of black, brown, and immigrant communities and any attempt to silence them at the voting booth.
I stand against discrimination in economic and educational opportunity, in housing and in access to medical care.
May 12, 2020

The art I created for Zoe Brands is going to be on PBS!

All of May & June ZOE will blanket the local PBS weekend cooking blocks on 13WNET, 21WLIW and NJTV, airing after every program on every broadcast format, and then another 50 times on local PBS CREATE TV and another 50 on national CREATE TV coast to coast.

Our ad will follow the 'The Bite' piece (10 different ones that rotate) that follows after each food show at the 29min & 59min mark.


July 10, 2019

Laura's "I Love New York Collection" is on display at NRG Energy in Princeton, NJ through January 2020. A group of 12 artists are a part of NRG's art program. Tours of the facility and the show will be held in January. If you are interested in invitations to a tour, let me know.

NRG’s Princeton Headquarters has been awarded LEED Platinum Certification, the highest level of distinction awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The building and its strategic energy solutions are a testament to the reliable, real-world sustainable energy solutions that are possible today.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, NRG sought to design and build a new space that could withstand the effects of a super storm and support critical 24/7 business operations. Having outgrown our former office, NRG seized the opportunity to develop a new facility that incorporates today’s cutting-edge resources & technologies that characterize and bring to life NRG’s vision to create a sustainable energy future by safely providing reliable, cleaner power that enhances people's lives and delivers value to our stakeholders.

Diverse energy mix
NRG achieved LEED Platinum through a diverse and efficient mix of energy, water and sustainable site solutions. The building integrates multiple energy sources and a comprehensive energy management system monitors and manages the energy—keeping the building, and our employees, safely running.

Solar Photovoltaic: 617 kW of solar photovoltaic on our rooftop and parking lot generates about 30 percent of the building’s energy demand annually, while providing shade for employees and visitors. And on sunny days, we regularly see our solar generation exceed 100% of our demand, causing the meter to spin backward.

Solar Thermal: A solar thermal unit on the roof uses the sun’s energy to heat water for the building’s bathroom, kitchen and fitness center facilities.

On-site Energy Generation & Storage: Our 250 kW Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant is capable of efficiently generating most of the building’s annual electricity demand while also reusing the thermal energy produced to meet HVAC needs. We use our CHP when the opportunity for reliability, demand response or cost warrant. Our 500 kW lithium-ion battery energy storage system further supports demand response and solar energy peak smoothing. Additionally, two back-up generators – 900 kW diesel and 400 kW natural gas – are ready to kick in if we lose power from the grid or to take advantage of PJM’s demand response program.

Rainwater Capture: Collected from many points around the building, our rainwater capture system feeds rainwater into four 15,000-gallon cisterns where the water is used for the non-potable needs of flushing toilets. This helps save approximately 150,000 gallons of local water annually.

Daylight Harvesting: All the building’s light fixtures connect to sensors that gauge the presence of natural light. On sunny days, lights near the windows are either off or dimmer than those closer to the building’s interior. This feature allows us to better manage our energy consumption and save money.

Green Roof: The building’s green roof helps with rainwater management, air quality and building insulation in summer and winter. That means less energy used by the HVAC system.

The LEED rating system, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is the foremost program for buildings, homes and communities that are designed, constructed, maintained and operated for improved environmental and human health performance.

June 22, 2019

Manhattan Art Gallery is my favorite frame shop in Greenwich Village!  They are featuring my New York print collection this summer. Located at 7 E. 8th St. between 5th Avenue and University Place.

July 20, 2017

Enjoying the summer opening of The School in Kinderhook, NY with good friends.
Read all about it here.
February 16, 2017

Sharing her art for the benefit of others is important to Laura. She has donated work to more than 100 nonprofit organizations, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, T.J. Martell Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and Food Fight. This Spring, Laura's work will be included in the following NYC School Auctions for scholarships and special programs.

PS41 The Greenwich Village School Spring Fundraiser
PS340 Sixth Avenue Elementary School
Horace Mann School 2017 Benefit
York Preparatory Spring Auction
School of the Future


October 26, 2016

Thanks to everyone who joined us!

September 7, 2016

Art & Fashion collide in a colorful and creative display on Madison Avenue this October.

Loving unveils her recent works inspired by the Bally's 2016 Autumn Winter Collection along with pieces from her most celebrated series on this special evening.

Thursday, October 20th from 6pm to 8pm
Bally 628 Madison Avenue NYC

This is a private event. You must RSVP to attend.







July 27, 2016


We’re all about the weekends here at Upstater, because there’s no better place to spend them than in the Hudson Valley and Catskills. Part-time Hudson Valley resident and artist Laura Loving feels the same way, which is why her solo show at the Greene County Council on the Arts in Catskill is appropriately called “Escape from New York: Weekends in the Hudson Valley.” Loving, who has lived in NYC for 16 years and became a part-time Hudson resident in 2014, features works based on her favorite landmarks in the Hudson Valley as seen through the “rose-tinted view of a weekender,” according to website.

Loving’s show opens Saturday, June 11 and runs through July 23, 2016 in the GCCA upstairs gallery located at 398 Main Street, Catskill. “Escape from New York” runs concurrently with GCCA’s group show Faces and Facades. Both Loving and the group artists will be at the opening reception Saturday, June 11th, 5-7pm. For more information on this and future exhibits, visit