Laura Wills is an Adelaide based visual artist. She has a multidisciplinary practice and a strong interest collaboration, using found materials and basing projects on social/ environmental themes. She regularly exhibits and has received numerous grants, awards and residencies in Australia and overseas. In 2015 Laura developed drawing based public art work for the New Royal Adelaide Hospital, created Lace Fence designs for a public art project in Mt Gambier, was awarded the Tatiara Art Prize and a finalist in the Whyalla Art Prize. She is currently working on several collaborative public art projects with William Cheesman. In 2017 Laura is an associate artist with Open Space Contemporary Art, participated in a residency at Rimbun Dahan in Malaysia and developed a new series of digital painting portrait works of prominent South Australian female farmers for FRAN Festival.

Laura is represented by Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide.