Laura Gee

Laura Gee is a London based artist who works across painting, drawing and ceramics. Laura's practise reflects her interest in nature, colour and emotion. She uses the unpredictable nature of paint to express the impermanence of emotional states and nature. Inspired by the ever changing seasons, her art is a way of slowing down and elevating small everyday encounters of nature and love.

She graduated from The School of Art in Manchester and moved to London where she took drawing courses at the Royal Drawing School. It was here that she realised she was more interested in merging observational drawings with abstraction, and using colour and mark making to express mood and emotions. Her work has since been exhibited at The Garden Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Bankside Gallery and Liberty London. Laura was the winner of the Partnership Editions x Artist's Residence emerging artist award in 2019. 

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Laura's Style

A colourist at heart, Laura's work is heavily influenced by Fauvism and Expressionism and how colour and mark-making can be used to imply a certain mood or emotion. She particularly loves the work of Ivon Hitchens, Matisse, Pierre Bonnard, Alma Thomas and Howard Hodgkin. Laura applies thick paint with bold mark making, lots of layers and painterly gestures to set a mood and energy in her work. She embraces this instinctive process, then refining her abstractions into more recognisable elements. 


Laura's process usually starts with “en plein air” paintings made across different meaningful places that she visits, always keeping a sketchbook with her. Back in the studio, she then creates many studies, adding and editing away the painterly marks until she feels freer, and no longer has to reference the drawings. She says: “It is in this space I try to get the essence and mood of the subject rather than imitate it. I start to rely on my personal connection to the subject to evoke a mood through colour and marks. When referencing these studies on the canvas, I always work on a few paintings at once, so the energetic marks are translated across a few works at once and the idea that the canvas is precious leaves my mind.” 


Laura explores ideas that art, just like nature, can have a positive effect on our wellbeing, alleviating stress and anxiety: “My work is influenced by the idea of pausing to be present in moments of nature. Living in London, I have sought time with nature more and more and have cherished even small moments, such as daily walks, throughout lockdown. This notion of being present translates itself in the studio as I get into a state of flow and become totally present in creating painterly marks and colour-filled pieces." 

“My paintings can be seen as an invitation to pause, as if taking in a new view, or a moment of beauty on a walk. My practise is inspired by feeling renewed and at peace in nature, even for a moment, and I hope the viewer feels hopeful and inspired looking at my works. Also I hope my paintings invite the viewer to pause and take a moment to be present to the beauty found in nature in day to day life and to serve as a reminder of being in places of nature they love.” - Laura Gee

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November Drop 2023

"This decorative collection of paintings is inspired by a recent visit to Charleston House at the end of summer. The paintings are full of warmth, love, joy and colour, referencing the joy of Charleston House decor and its garden full of flowers. I hope these pieces bring you joy!" - Laura Gee, Summer Flowers
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May Drop 2023

"This collection is a celebration of gardens, celebrating with loved ones outside, finding hope, joy and love in a sea of flowers and sweet perfumes." - Laura Gee, Garden Pleasures

March Drop 2023

“This romantic floral collection is inspired by spring florals, arranging flowers picked from the garden, doing things for the joy of it - in small and big ways. I hope this collection feels like a hopeful spring day.” - Laura Gee, For The Joy Of It

Drop 5 - Winter 2022

"Winter sun is inspired by the low light in winter and also escaping to get ‘winter sun’ through imagination, memories or travelling to warmer destinations. This collection is inspired by the dabbled light on abundant green gardens, memories of warm lush gardens and nature filled views - looking out onto a back garden, a walk in the park or the landscape of warmer destinations. I hope this collection evokes the feeling of taking a pause , to take in a view of nature, to have a moment of calm." - Laura Gee, Winter Sun

Drop 2 - Summer 2022

"This collection is inspired by simple delights in summertime, such as picnicking in the park, a sea of daisies, freshly cut grass, seeing gardens in bloom, and small beautiful moments of delight & joy at home, be it a full fruit bowl, birthday flowers, a moment of content. I hope this collection inspires delight in the small everyday moments and to create space for relishing in joy at simple summer delights." - Laura Gee, Summer Delight

Drop 1 - New Year 2022

"This collection is inspired by slowing down, taking a break and relaxing, allowing yourself to be present to calm and joyful moments. I hope this collection makes you feel relaxed and at ease, like a long weekend in your favourite place." - Laura Gee, Long Weekend

In The Flesh

This curation is on show at our exhibition 'In The Flesh'. It was on display at 105 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8NQ from 25th November to 19th December 2021. This will be the first time that the artists of Partnership Editions have come together in a physical space since lockdown has lifted, and it celebrates the very fact that we're able to see their works in person again. We embrace the many purposes of an exhibition: a way to unite artists and collectors, and an opportunity to engage with both people and art - something we've all been deprived of for too long. The works in this exhibition have been selected based on their exceptional skill and power to communicate. See their colours, their textures, experience their emotions, let them get under your the flesh.

Drop 6 - Winter 2021

"This collection has been inspired by the familiar and unfamiliar. As I venture into motherhood these paintings are inspired by my daughter exploring a new world around her, patterns, contrasts,light shining through the window; illuminating textiles & domestic objects. These paintings also explore new landscapes and hazy memories of summer days. I hope these pieces take you somewhere new and yet familiar as-well." - Laura Gee, A Familiar Love

Drop 3 - Summer 2021

"I wanted this collection to evoke the senses of a warm summer's day, spending leisurely mornings and evenings outdoors . Inspired by Mediterranean landscapes, green gardens in full bloom, an abundance of summer flowers, the warmth under the sun, the sound of the sea and taking in the beauty of vast landscapes all around, a dose of joyful escapism through painting." - Laura Gee, Al Fresco

Drop 2 - Spring 2021

A Change Of View

"This collection ‘ A Change of View’ is inspired by memories, drawings and photographs of landscapes and places I have visited , from the Mediterranean to the coast in England. Arriving at a point and taking in a new view, be it the abundance of nature, a never ending horizon, or the sun setting behind mountains. The paintings are a way to evoke a mood and feeling and not to imitate the landscape. They are an invitation to pause, to take in a new view to be present to a moment of beauty and leave feeling renewed and hopeful." 

- Laura Gee, A Change of View

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