Laurie is shown here painting at her favorite studio away from home at the Art Ovation Hotel, downtown SRQ

Supporting HALO ARTS Project in Sarasota, FL

There’s a brand new Non-Profit in Sarasota, FL, that I am honored to be a part of from these initial stages. To learn more about their “Angels for Artists” programs, please visit their website below. More to come this fall, along with a Gala event on January 30, 2020.

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Transforming Grief with Art

I recently lost a dear friend and most meaningful mentor in my life on August 9, 2019. As any good art therapist would recommend, I made a painting about her. I hope you enjoy the work, the video I made about the process, and know that the creative process is

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Guest Artist in Residence at the Art Ovation Hotel

8/5/19 – 8/10/19 Come visit me throughout the week for live painting demos, a fun pop up art show, a Happy Hour Celebration and artist reception Tuesday 8/6/19 from 5-7 pm, as well as the fabulous Picasso and Prosecco 2 hour long Art Class on Thursday 8/8/19 from 6-8 pm

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The 11th Orange – the Art and Art Therapies Studio

Contemporary Artist and Art Therapist, Laurie Maves Guglielmi, opened The 11th Orange in March of 2019 as an arts and art therapies studio. The 1400 sq. foot building in the Gillespie Park neighborhood of downtown Sarasota, Florida, acts as a centrally located creative space, where new or seasoned artists and

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It’s time to go out on my own…

I’ve had a great time working at the Art Factory 44 for the past year. We developed an amazing group oriented studio with varied artists and projects. At the factory, my love for teaching was revisited and I needed a place where I could have dedicated space for facilitating my

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“She Made Wind Chimes” featured in Sacrosanct

I’m grateful to the curators at Sacrosanct Gallery this month for selecting one of my paintings “She Made Wind Chimes,” an homage to my late Grandmother Alma – for their online exhibition called “Drawing Nature.” My grandmother used to make wind chimes from driftwood and sea shells she found while

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