Launa Eddy is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. Her work is playfully surrealistic, figurative and animalistic - influenced by her wild upbringing among lobstermen, timber wolves, and her studies in anthropology. 


Launa uses art as a vessel of communication to unlock subconscious thought and feeling. 


Using playful visuals as an abstractive tool to convey complex emotions, the artist amplifies these emotions by transforming them through the unadulterated lens of the inner child.


Her work has been shown at Art Basel, and has won awards in group shows across the country. Launa's wearable sculptures have been commissioned by Sean Lennon, showcased in performances on David Letterman, featured on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and commissioned by art house and commercial media in the arts and fashion. 


The Mind’s Eye is Launa’s premier public artwork, the first of many to come as she shifts from smaller works to large scale sculpture.