Current Work

Solo Exhibition of drawings
‘the space of nothing and everything’

24th October – 9th November  2019
Cube Gallery, London, W1H1BS

‘how beautiful and simple was life after all, drawing 08-19’
conte and coloured pencil on mylar,
Image: 92 x 152 cm. Framed: 103 x 161cm.
Laurie Steen 2019

a way of being in the world, drawing 06-19’
conte and coloured pencil on mylar,
Image: 86 x 130 cm. Framed: 93.5 x 136.5cm.
Laurie Steen 2019

There is a catalogue printed with the exhibition, available for a small fee. Please do just contact the gallery. 

You can find me on Instagram too: @lauriesteenastudio & Twitter: @SteenLD

RA 251 Summer Exhibition 2019
My Landscape, Vignette XX
conte, coloured pencil on mylar
34.5 x 28 cm. (framed)  

This pieces is part of an ongoing series entitled ‘my landscape’.  With these drawings I am continually readdressing my connection to my landscape and the feeling of newness it instils in me. These are unguarded encounters I come across daily, that focus on the extraordinary within the ordinary.  I suppose I aim to render these encounters to make visible a ‘humanness’ I see and feel in the landscape; but mostly to show that it has been remembered.  The positive and negative shapes left by the hedges here seem permanently imprinted into the landscape and are unforgettable.

London Art Fair
Cube Gallery London
January 16 – 20th, 2019
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH

T +44 (0) 207 9352600 

I am thrilled to have been selected for the RA 250 Sum
mer Exhibition with the work:
disappearing into, ‘as brightness falls from the air’, Hedge Drawing 01-18
conte and coloured pencil on mylar, 43 x 34cm.  

RA 250 Summer Exhibition 2018
Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD
12 June – 19 August













Jerwood Drawing Prize 2017
This is a touring exhibition currently at:
Vane Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne
26 May – 28 July
Drawing Projects UK, Trowbridge, Wiltshire
16 Aug – 6 October

Works from ‘my landscape’ can still be viewed at Cube Gallery, London.
Vignette XIX
18 x 25 cm.
conte and coloured pencil on mylar
cube gallery