Hear no Evil
Private viewing of the artworks by Laura Rael-Brook
In Hampstead, by appointment only.
Hear no Evil – artworks by Laura Rael-Brook
Hear no Evil
Hampstead artist, Laura Rael-Brook, – daughter of Harry Rael-Brook, the legendary shirt manufacturer – showcases the artworks of an intense career, expressing the trauma and beauties of life, her Jewish heritage, and causes she cares for.
Artworks include sculpture Holocaust Bride she worked on for 6 years. As you walk around it, it reflects so many of her feelings about the Holocaust and her personal trauma of losing her beloved sister to breast cancer.
Let me out is a captivating painting, she shows the three stages the prisoners felt at the concentration camp, from at first been free, then going to the concentration camp to then been burnt and finally their souls been free, the eyes represents a person who is in a cage at the concentration camp scared, nervous and sad.
Tobacco Marijuana is an installation made of gabions to reflect on the destructive demons of addictives.
Toast is an impressive piece of gabions, stones, varnished bread, and a toaster.
The artist’s feelings about animal cruelty are reflected in the unique artwork Karma.
Love, Hope, Passion was inspired by nature and shows three pieces of wood symbolising three of the most powerful feelings.
Laura was involved in art already at the age of 16. After her studies, she worked as a window dresser of the major stores in Savile Rowe, her works were covered in several newspapers.
She has an intense career working on a wide range of artworks. “Creating an artwork is a journey for me. I think of an idea and then constantly look at things for inspiration. I put so much of myself into it.” – she says
Her artworks have been regularly exhibited. Currently, you can see them at a private viewing by appointment only.
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