(Portraiture & Figurative)

"Lady from Botswana"

"Lady from Botswana"

"Lady from Botswana"

Bronze Sculpture Available through:
Marshall LeKae Gallery


“Appalachian Woman”
bronze, 2008, 15x10x11, edition size of 20

2007, 20x18x12 (will be available in bronze, edition size of 20)

“Ebenezer Reflecting”
bronze, 2007, 6x4x5 , edition size of 20

bronze, 2006 15x10x10, edition size of 7

2006 (shown in plaster – will be available in bronze, edition of 20)

Obama, clay, over life size


bronze, 2007, 16x18x9 , edition size- 7

“Kuan Yin, Goddess of Compassion”
bronze, 2007, 22x5x7 , edition size – 20

“Mushroom Man”
bronze, 2007., 11x11x14, editions size- 20

“Dryad, bronze”

"Male study"
clay, detail from Grand Central Academy Competition

"Angel Relief, painted plaster"


First Place for Sculpture
Academic Artists 62nd, National exhibition, 2012

First Place for Sculpture
Academic Artists 61st National exhibition, 2011

Invitation to Exhibit at the 8th Edition of Florence Biennale 2011

National Sculpture Society Annual Exhibitions 2007, 2009, 2011

Grand Central Academy Sculpture Competition for June 2010

American Art Renewal International Salon Exhibitions 2007-14

People’s Choice
Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists, 2010

Merit Award
Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists, 2010

Olivia Olsen Award
Salmagundi Club, NY, Annual Exhibition, 2009

First Place
Salmagundi Club, NY, Members’ Holiday Show 2009

First Place
Portrait Society of America’s Members’ Showcase 2009

Honorable Mention
Art Renewal Center International Salon, 2008/09

Award of Merit
American Women Artist Exhibition 2008

Exceptional Merit Award
Portrait Society of America Competition 2008

Gold Medal
Allied Artists of America, NY, 2006

About Lauren Mills

Lauren A. Mills has won national acclaim as a book author and illustrator and as a sculptor and painter. She was greatly influenced by the 19th century artists, especially the Pre-Raphaelites for their focus of the natural world as well as their sense of mythical wonder. The fourth of five children, Mills grew up playing and pretending in the woods of Connecticut and spent her summers at her grandparents' in West Virginia.

In her teens she moved to Oregon and Minnesota and later lived in Colorado, California and Massachusetts where she resides now. She and her husband, author/illustrator Dennis Nolan collaborated on several projects, most notable, their more


For questions about items for sale or workshops, please contact Lauren Mills below.

Phone: 413-695-4064