Lauren Pallotta Stumberg (b.1981) is a local muralist, painter and arts advocate with a background in graphic design, education, non-profit management and international development. Her work honors the human expereince through abstracted portraiture and symbolism. Her paintings are imbued with patterns that translate into the hieroglyphics of one's journey; they are feminine, painterly and expressive of the energry that unites us.
Since moving to Atlanta in 2012, Stumberg has used her creative offerings as a means to engage with community. She started Think Greatly as a platform to facilitate nerighborhood projects as part of her social pracitice and to curate female-driven collaborations.
Stumberg's work has been awarded grants from Living Walls, Fulton County, the City of Atlanta, and Georgia Council for the Arts; public commissions of her work are currently located in Norcross, Peoplestown and Hapeville; other projects in the public realm can also be found in Cabbagetown, Decatur, Old Fourth Ward, Midtown and Southwest Atlanta.
Stumberg is one of two local artists to receive a 2017 Emerging Artist Award from the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs. She is a Hambidge Fellow, and represented by dk Gallery in Marietta, which was recently voted Best Gallery of 2018 bu Jezebel magazine.