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Art Exhibits at the Library: From What I Have Seen

A virtual gallery that showcases the Milton Public Library's featured artists

November & December 2020

From What I Have Seen  |  Lauren Lombard

tres gatos - Old San Juan, PR

The Rainbow - Kerry, IRE

Morning Dew - Upstate, NY

Brant Point of View - Nantucket, MA

Fair Weather - Upstate, NY

Pigeon Holed - San Juan, PR

Synchpated Pelicans - Jupiter, FL

The Dog House - West Cork, IRE

Fountain of Youth - Charleston, SC

Fiddle on Fire - Clonakility, IRE

About the Artist

Lauren Lombard attended Wheelock College and studied Education and Visual Arts. She is a Coastal Connecticut expat living in Milton with her husband and their 2 small children. She is a right-brained visually creative type who survives solely on wit. Photography has been a constant enjoyment for her throughout the years, both personally and professionally. 

I have been fortunate to visit many places in the world with my camera in tow. For this exhibit, I have chosen a handful of my favorite photos from some of my travels, including Ireland, Puerto Rico, Mexico and various locations across the US. I aim to create images that convey my own unique perspective on a given subject or situation. Many of my favorite images have come from the least expected moments.

Thank you for taking the time to look at my work, I hope you enjoy it!  

Stay well, Lauren

Instagram: @LaLombard_photography

Please inquire for costs on prints per size

The Potter - Isla Mujerasm, MEX

Down the Road - West Cork, IRE

Grey Scale - Nantucket, MA

Beneath My Wings - Salisbury, MA

Ariel of Lake Mead - Nevada, US

Down Dog - Clonakility, IRE

Dig It - Jupiter, FL

The Horse Fly - West Cork, IRE

Boston PoPs pOps PoPs - Boston, MA


images and text © 2020 Lauren Lombard