Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Lauren’s paintings capture the beauty of Africa’s most revered animals. Her works are greatly influenced by early memories in remote areas of her homeland. Taught by her father, the world-renowned artist Craig Bone, Lauren has developed an ultra realistic painting style.
Her breathtaking, photorealistic works have gained the press’s attention, and they were featured on the cover of Thalo magazine. During an interview by the magazine’s staff, Lauren recounted, “What I find the most difficult about creating realistic art is attention to detail; every object in the painting must be given the time and understanding it needs…”

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Giraffe

Giraffe

Giraffe

Continuing to use her remarkable technical skills, Lauren was recently inspired by her reference trip to Kanchanaburi, Thailand, and she is presently working on a series of tiger paintings that she hopes will shed light on the sacredness of these endangered creatures. Please also visit the pages for her sister, Maxine Bone, and her father, Craig Bone.

Royal Lookout

Royal Lookout

Royal Lookout

Lauren visiting Thailand.

Lauren visiting Thailand.

Lauren visiting Thailand.

Thalo Magazine – May, 2012

Thalo Magazine – May, 2012

Thalo Magazine – May, 2012

At the Waterhole

At the Waterhole

At the Waterhole

Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures – Sold

Into the Water

Into the Water

Into the Water

Serenity

Serenity

Serenity

Water Play

Water Play

Water Play

Weekend Games

Weekend Games

Weekend Games

In Good Company

Lauren Bone "In Good Company"

In Good Company

Zimbabwe Royals

Zimbabwe Royals

Zimbabwe Royals

Graceful Flight

Graceful Flight

Graceful Flight

Forest Play

Lauren Bone "Forest Play"

Forest Play

Royal Outlook

Lauren Bone "Royal Outlook"

Royal Outlook

Summer Challenge

Lauren Bone "Summer Challenge"

Summer Challenge

Sip of Life

Lauren Bone "Sip of Life"

Sip of Life