Lori Landau’s multidisciplinary works link elements from her diverse background as an artist, writer and long-time meditation practitioner and teacher. Long-inspired by a mix of influences, including binaries of spirit and form, sound and silence, poetry and pain, her work explores emotional landscapes through the language of expressionism.
Landau views her pen and camera as a third eye that intuits the unseen, as well as an ear to listen deeply to what is left unsaid.
Landau's work creates a conversation between art and words. Her visual art has been shown at several galleries, including two solo shows at the New York City Open Center.
Her essays, articles and poems have appeared on multiple platforms, including books, blogs and magazines.
She has written for the Silicon Valley Moms Blog, the New Jersey Mom’s blog, Technorati, Laundry Line Divine, The Wee Heap, iPinion, and her own site, www.consciousnesscreativity.com, as well as the Anthology of Babes: 36 Moms Write about Motherhood. Her work is also published in AdWeek, Ad Age, Sportswear International, and Elegant Bride, among other titles.
She is currently working on a book about creativity, mindfulness, and meditative ceremony.