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"Meditations on Transformation:
a Solo Exhibition by Laurén Magda" 

Reception date - Friday, Feb. 3, 2023 5-8 pm
Show runs through April 2, 2023


Gather with us on the Opening Night Reception, taking place on Friday, February 3th, 2023 from 5-8pm. It takes place at The Gallery at Stone & Spoon, 110 W Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti MI 48197.

“Meditations on Transformation: A Solo Exhibition by Laurén Magda ” opens on Friday, February 3rd and runs through Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 in The Gallery at Stone & Spoon.

Meditations on Transformation is a collection of paintings by artist, Laurén Magda where she explores the vastness of what it means to be reborn. Rebirth can take place in many ways such as after healing, awakening, change or death. Laurén uses her signature bold line work, powerfully pigmented colors and mystical imagery to visually depict new concepts of a theme with a history as old as time itself.


Curator’s Note: On my first visit to Lauren’s studio, I was immediately taken by her warmth and the intensely personal nature of her work. As a self-described “intuitive painter,” Laurén follows the direction and designs brought to her through both, energy guidance while painting, as well as visions brought to her in dreams. These works vary in scale and shape, but I quickly realized the visual rabbit hole I found myself happily sliding down the more I looked at her work. Like a delicious bite of a complex, and well executed dish, I found myself going back for more. Each piece continues to unwind and reveal shapes, feelings and new connections with each taste and visit.


Join me and savor the entrancing experience of “Meditations on Transformation: a Solo Exhibition by Laurén Magda.”

The Gallery at Stone & Spoon is Downtown Ypsilanti's newest creative epicenter which will include rotating art exhibitions, workshops, classes, meet-ups and more!


This space is on the second story of a beautiful 1850 historic building (above the shop), which you will enjoy as you make your way through Stone & Spoon that still showcases the building's original wood floors, tin ceilings and exposed brick walls.

Mobility note: Our beautiful 19th century building has no elevator, so all attendees will need to take a flight of stairs up to The Gallery. If you are unable to do stairs, but would like to see the exhibition, we will be posting a live video of the exhibition alongside the artist for an insider's perspective. This will be another great way to see these pieces!

For more information about The Gallery at Stone + Spoon, please visit our About page and feel free to contact Jen Eastridge at StoneandSpoon(at)

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