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Jason Moore(non-registered)
Some people say the great art comes from those who have the worst struggles. I found Laura's work through a article. I'm picking, but her work is deep and very moving. Her colors. The emotion. The beauty. It reminds me of water. God bless Laura's soul and thank you for her gift that will last forever.
Izzy Gough(non-registered)
Laura was a hoot and I am still in shock at how amazing at art she was!! Looking through the portfolio I actually remember some from school - the red haired lady with the flowers in her hair. She was a character and I still think of her whenever 50 cent's song 'Many Men' comes on because we kept singing it on the bus to the airport when we were going to Strasbourg in TY. We didn't know the lyrics so just kept repeating the same words and continued to do this for the whole trip. Thank you for the laughs Laura x
Darkness Into Light UAE Team(non-registered)
Laura, we are truly blessed to have had you in this world. Your personality and exceptional gifts shine through your artwork. Your art speaks to us all. We did not have the privilege of meeting you but have no doubt that you were an exceptional human who has given light to so many. You and your family and friends are in our hearts and prayers xxx
I just want you to know that you’re loved and valued SO much; we miss you here, the artwork that you’ve left behind adds so much color to our world. I promise to speak loud and long enough about the struggles you went through, so that everyone can hear; I can imagine that it wasn’t easy for you either to cope with what you went through. I promise to keep talking about mental health, your integrity gives me the motivation to keep doing so.
You’re not here, but your story has managed to shed light on such important topics. I know that you are smiling down upon us from a land that keeps you safe.
I may have never known you or your family personally, but my heart is with them and I can feel the hardships of life you endured in your mind.
Sending my prayers and good wishes to you and your loved ones dear. You will forever be remembered.
Dave Clarke(non-registered)
I remember Laura in three stages of life.
As a young child, permanently accompanied by a yellow, eventually battered, “Lala” from the Teletubbies.
As an older child dancing, singing, performing for an audience any of the Spice Girls’ hits - any kitchen or living room sufficed as her stage.

As a young adult, on occasion, I would give her a lift to college on my way to DCU and she would let me in on her latest project in art school.

In such a short, colourful life she accomplished what many strive for but few attain: an eternal legacy through art.
Today, her portraits, images, and sketches seem as fresh as the day her imagination and talent first presented them to paper or canvas - and they will no doubt be so next year and in ten years and...that’s the true magic of real talent.
Speaking as someone who’d struggle to draw a straight line with a ruler, it’s always fascinating to me her ability to capture a moment, an expression or an emotion with a paintbrush or pencil as real as a photo but also tinged with that glimmer of surrealism unique to an artist.
This is what I’ll remember most about Laura.
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