Laurinda Stockwell grew up on an Ohio pig farm roaming its 200 acres. Heavily influenced by this childhood environment as well as a family filled with artists, she makes artwork based upon the natural world.

Stockwell exhibits nationally including California, Montana, New Mexico, Florida, Colorado and extensively in New Jersey and New York; including one-person exhibits in museums and galleries. She also exhibits internationally including museums and galleries in China, Germany, Japan, Mexico and Russia. Her artwork has received numerous awards including two NJ State Artist Fellowships, a Yaddo residency, a Ford Foundation Scholarship, a Fulbright Memorial Foundation travel grant to Japan and a Pingry Enrichment Grant for travel to Alaska.

Her artwork has been reviewed in regional, national and international publications including The New York Times.  She lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico.