Of her artist journey Laura BenAmots says, “The disparate experiences of my life shape my art as I search for belonging and solitude. Time passes and I have found great freedom in the eclectic visual voices discovered in the search."
Much of her recent work was deeply impacted by her 2016 pilgrimage to Standing Rock. Starting with Whispering Bones, Dancing Waters, Talking Skies, Sacred Grounds, Stream of Consciousness and most recently Prayer Pieces & Toaster Ovens.
She has been a member of the activist women artist group, the Rough Ruby Arts Collective since 2016, in 2017 she was featured artist in the national online journal, Collateral, because of her extensive works honoring the struggles of veterans with PTS, and was selected for inclusion in the 2014 International Contemporary Artists Exhibit in Assisi, Italy.