Laurel Terlesky is a visual artist who lives in British Columbia, Canada, where she got her BFA at the University of Victoria in 1999. She specializes in abstract designs of the human form and kinetic movement by challenging the viewer’s special awareness, and is extremely interested in themes of electricity and power, human spirituality, and sustainable energy. Her work has been featured in galleries across Vancouver, British Columbia, and the Northwest United States, and she also spent a month in Barcelona as part of an international art residency. We think that she would be a great addition to the Love and Water community because her work is not only gorgeous but inspired by ways to uplift the human spirit.
This image is entitled “Snowflake” and could be matched with 3for5.org, an organization devoted to supplying clean water to 20 million people in underdeveloped nations.