Laura Berman creates images that describe multiplicity, collections and sequences. The things she collects and lives with inspire her, and there is a focus on color, pattern and layers of imagery in her work.
She has created site-specific exhibitions and exhibited her print work at numerous galleries and museums around the country and internationally. In addition, she has been a visiting artist and has worked as an artist-in-residence at a numerous institutions throughout the USA and in Europe. She is currently an Associate Professor of Printmaking at the Kansas City Art Institute, where she has taught since 2002. She received her BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and her MFA from Tulane University.
Her work has been featured in The Book of Probes by David Carson / Marshall McLuhan, Printmaking at the Edge by Richard Noyce, and A Survey of Contemporary Printmaking, by Ehlers, Ehlbeck and Muise. Berman's work is represented by Dolphin Gallery in Kansas City, Pele Prints in St. Louis, and Círculo del Arte in Barcelona, Spain.