biography

Lauren Raye Snow is an artist and designer from South Texas. Her work explores intangible, uncanny visions and feelings — and the anxiety that this obscurity can cause.
 
She currently serves as Art Director for the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). In 2020, she led their brand redesign, and has art directed each Nebula Conference since (and one Worldcon for good measure). 
 
She is inspired by the Symbolists and the Pre-Raphaelites, by the Catholic and Indigenous religious icons of her native South Texas, and by works of terror and beauty in literature, myth, and music.
 
You can find Lauren sleeping in a moss-covered, hollowed-out log on the outskirts of a field upon which sits a crumbling, haunted manor house. Actually, you can’t find her there — she’s disappeared. You can try Twitter and Instagram, but no guarantees.

Exhibitions and Publications

Mermaids Monthly, Cover Illustration – December 2021 Issue

DisCon III WorldCon Art Show — Washington, DC — December 2021

New Gothic Review, Volume 3 — April 2021 

New Gothic Review, Volume 2 — October 2020

The Catacomb Saints — The Parish Gallery, San Antonio, TX — February 2020 

Oddities of San Antonio — Híjole SA, San Antonio, TX — October 2019 

A Gallery of Ice and Fire — Blue Star Arts Complex, San Antonio, TX — April 2019

Infinite Worlds: The Art of the Fantastic — Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, TX — November 3rd-December 1st, 2018

Dublin WorldCon 77 Art Show —  Dublin, Ireland  — August 2019

WorldCon 76 Art Show — San Jose, CA — August 2018

Official Selection: The Mexicanx Intiative — WorldCon 76, San Jose, CA — August 2018