Lauren Dubrinsky

Lauren Dubrinsky is a native New Yorker and artist, who moved to Atlanta 33 years ago at age of 23. After being a stay-at-home mom for her three children, Lauren founded her own business in 2005 teaching art to the elderly at assisted living communities around Atlanta. As she continued to grow her business, she volunteered at a day program with adults with learning differences. Her experiences there made her realize she had found her calling.

Since then, Lauren has pursued a career in the special needs community where she works as an artist, life coach, caregiver, and art teacher. After majoring in Graphic Design and Art History at SUNY Binghamptom, Lauren is using her education, her talents, and her compassion to better the lives of those around her.

At the age of 19, Lauren was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Before then, she experienced debilitating bouts of depression and anxiety with many hospitalizations. But throughout all of her struggles, her art has always prevailed and become a source of therapy for her. When she isn’t creating art or working, you can find Lauren spending time with her children, going for a walk, reading books, and chilling with Mocha (her Wonder Dog). Shop her work.

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