Amy Laugesen joined the Create MSU Denver Virtual Incubator Program in November of 2012.
She specializes in the creation of mixed media sculpture and public art. Her fragmented equine abstracts create a statement housed in both an ancient and contemporary context. Several large scale commissioned sculptures is on permanent display in public and private locations around the Denver metropolitan area and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Other small-scale works are in private collections throughout the United States.
Laugesen is an Affiliate Member of the National Sculptors' Guild based in Loveland, Colorado. She is represented by Columbine Gallery in Loveland, Colorado and Turpin Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. She received her Associate of Art Degree, with honors in fine art, from Marymount Palos Verdes College of California and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree and Fine Arts Diploma from the Boston School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University.
Laugesen currently lives and works in Englewood, Colorado.