Artist and educator Laura Sue King holds a BFA in Printmaking from California College of the Arts, and an MFA in Painting from Hunter College, City University of New York. Entering her fourth decade as a working artist, King’s studio practice focuses on investigations of space, light, and color, most recently in relation to daily interactions with/in nature. Exhibitions include galleries, museums, and fairs in the US, Puerto Rico, Great Britain, Germany, and Mexico City. King has been honored both as an artist and teacher, receiving an AIM award from the Bronx Museum of the Arts, an international printmaking residency from the Mahatma Gandhi Institute on the island of Mauritius, and research grants from Hunter College and the New School University. She is the Program Director for Undergraduate Studio Art and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Printmaking at Hunter College.