Lawrence LaBianca is a New York City-born sculptor who now makes his home in San Francisco
Lawrence creates metal, ceramic, wood, and glass objects and tool-forms that explore our relationship with nature through attention to craft, form, physicality, and the fluidity of the boundaries between these ideals. His work is both abstract and narrative, as the materials with which he works assume new and idiosyncratic identities.
His work has appeared in many galleries and museums throughout the United States, including the Fuller Craft Museum, Richmond Arts Center, the San Francisco Folk and Craft Museum, and the Yerba Beuna Center for the Arts. His work has also been featured on stage through collaborations with choreographers such as Joanna Haighgood and Amelia Rudolph of Project Bandeloop.
Adjunct Professor, Furniture