Ms. Paboojian was born in Waltham, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, in 1970.
Her earliest influences were at the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, where as a small child she visited the museum frequently with her mother. There she saw the works of Picasso, Monet, Kandinsky, Stella and many other artists, who continue to influence her work today.
She was self-taught from an early age. She later studied at Massachusetts College of Art.
She works in a wide variety of mediums, which include acrylic, mixed media, pastels and watercolor pastels.
Her abstract paintings are often of planets, moons, and deep space. She usually uses bright colors and rich textures in her work.
She is a member of the Boynton Beach Art District Group in Boynton Beach Florida, which is instrumental in the promotion of art, art education and art in public places.
Her work is currently exhibited at the Neighborhood Gallery in Boynton Beach, Boynton Beach Florida. Her public art pieces are on display in the installation art project, Art in City Spaces, Boynton Beach, Florida.
In 2006, Ms. Paboojian was selected by Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce to design the logo and brochure for the Annual Chamber of Commerce Dinner Dance. After being selected, she was commissioned to create an original painting of the brochure for an auction at the
2001- Current Neighborhood Gallery, Boynton Beach - Featured Artist
2005-2006 Urs Art Gallery, Boynton Beach - Featured Artist for Inaugural Opening
2006 Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce Dinner Dance - Featured Artist
2006 Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce Dinner Dance - Designer for Brochure Cover Art
2006 - Current Richard Beau Lieu Fine Art Appraisers & Associates - Fine Art Appraiser, Associate IFAA
Laura Paboojian joined Fine Art America on February 11th, 2007.