Graphic designer (Printmaker) with linoleum cut and Japanese woodcut as a method.
Also works in enamel.
Residing outside the small town of Winslow in the English countryside in the county
Buckinghamshire. Works mainly with graphics but has also made a number of larger decorative objects in enamel for the public space. Her graphic methods are linoleum cuts and Japanese woodcuts from the so-called Edo period.
Laura Boswell is educated at Harrow College of Higher Education and University of Wales, Aberystwyth and level four at PTLLS 1983-1987 and 2011. She has studied Japanese woodcut technology as an "artist in residence" in Japan Nagasawa Art Park 2009 and 2013.
She has had solo exhibitions at various galleries in London, Margate, Stoke Mandeville, Oxford and other places and as a specially invited exhibitor at Printfest in Ulveston, Cumbria.
Laura Boswell contributes monthly as a columnist to the magazine
"Artist and Illustrators Magazine" and teaches at Oxford Summer School and the Milton Keynes Arts Center.
Laura Boswell is represented at the National Print Collection of Wales, the Nagasawa Art Park Collection and the MI-Lab Mokuhanga Print Collection in Japan, the Buckingham County Museum and the House of Lords.