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Lauren Baker Gallery

Art, Contemporary art Covent Garden
5 out of 5 stars
(8user reviews)
Lauren Baker Gallery


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Address: 28 Floral St
Transport: Rectory Rd Overground
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This beautiful, modern art gallery in the heart of Covent garden is compact but full of life. I was lucky enough to see the current The Colour of Energy exhibition that was inspired by the Icelandic spectacle of the Aurora Borealis along with the artist's own research into body chakras and energy work. The work is incredible! the images are simple but impactful with incredible colours. I highly recommend, even if you’re not big into art it is something to see. 

Lauren Baker's gallery is an amazing place to visit, in an incredible location! It is situated in the heart of Covent Garden on Floral Street. The gallery is filled with beautiful mosaics, eye-catching neons and unique abstracts. The vibe is cool and edgy. So worth a visit! 

Beautiful artworks in a very nice space! Lauren Baker is an incredible artists and her exhibitions regularly change. I have been to a few private views and they all have been fantastic nights full of art and positive vibes. 

Her gallery is definitely worth a visit and her works are full of bright colours and lights. 

A highly recommend place to visit and a must see!

The gallery and studio is positioned in a beautiful area of Covent Garden, located on the prestigious and reputable Floral Street. Lauren’s neon, bright and mythical works adorns the simple walls of the gallery, creating a beautifully executed juxtaposition that allows the audience to be dazzled by her creativity and imagination. The gallery and exhibitions offer a fantastic opportunity to view this artists creations and enables one to be inspired by the alluring colours, shapes, textures and movements that shine through the windows and perfectly contrast against the dithering London weather.

Lauren's gallery and studio is the perfect spot to check out this incredible artists work. Snuggled in Floral Street, neon artworks can be seen in the window shining bright in the dreary london weather, brightening up the whole street! Her works vary in medium, with neon, print, abstract and mosaics all available to view and purchase in the bright, high ceilinged gallery space! Definitely worth a visit if you are in Covent Garden, and if you sign up to her mailing list, you get invited to the openings, which are great fun and the best chance to see what this talented artist has been up to!


The small intimate gallery is tucked away in the midst of Covent Garden and is a really lovely space that you should check out!  The Colour of Energy is an interesting exhibit because although it portrays the same shapes in all the pieces, they all feel different.  Learning more about the colours, research and chakra heritage of these pieces really helped bring them to life as well.  I went on opening night where is was packed and a little hard to maneuver about in order to fully appreciate the pieces, but I'm sure they won't be there for long!  Go check it out, as some of the neon pieces aren't your "typical" framed artworks.


Beautiful exhibition! A small art gallery hidden in the depths of Covent Garden, giving you a personal experience when looking around only on for a few more weeks, this exhibit explores the Aurora Borealis in Iceland. The sparkle from the pieces of art given a real depth to the work, and the LED light allows for them to have their own persona, change the work from a piece of art on a wall to a strong key feature!


Love love love the opening exhibition The Colour of Energy, and recommend everybody to get down and see it before 26th Oct. My favourite piece is the giant pink neon aura with diamond dust, if I had a home large enough I would absolutely have it on my wall to lovingly smother me in its neon pink warm vibes all the time. Also like the neon pieces downstairs and the seven main chakra prints, and it was amazing to get my aura photographed for the first time.

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