Laura Kay Keeling

Laura Kay Keeling (she/her/they) is a visual artist living whose work encompasses analog photography, video, collage and installation-based projects. Exploring and unpacking emotions through the creation of new work, while examining concepts related to “the visitor” as spoken about in Rumi’s Poem ‘The Guest House’. Laura feels very connected to and at peace in nature; her new works explore ideas relating to plant sentience and reciprocal care. Her work has been published in The Walrus and she recently launched a virtual exhibition of digital works as part of CONTACT photography festival titled The Advantages of Tender Loving Care.




A tapestry showing a dead tree stump, bright, lively flowers and pebbles. Below on a mirror sits still-life elements reflecting the elements in the tapestry

Meera - Endurance Flute Quintet



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