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Laurel Fulton grew up in a house imbued with science, curiosity and craft; her mother being a craftswoman and teacher and her father a pharmacist and medical writer. Through both photography and objects, Laurel is interested in ideas of curatives, love and human communication. She draws aesthetics from antique medical tools, instruments and healing treatments to augment and bridge the gap from one body to the next.

She received her BA in photography and art education at the University of Northern Colorado. She then taught high school art in Colorado for several years before pursuing her own art making endeavors at Pocosin School of Fine Craft in Columbia North Carolina as a resident artist. After ending her residency she began graduate school at University of Georgia Athens where she completed her studies in May of 2020. She is currently the Deputy Director at Pocosin Arts.

Where to Buy

Work is not available for sale through the SNAG website. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about making a purchase.