Heather Lamanno is an interdisciplinary artist who explores personal and cultural narratives within imaginary psychological spaces. Within her practice, she creates paintings and installations that depict construction sites that exist in an abstract and temporal space, in-between the gap of proposal and completion. Lamanno received her BFA in Painting at the Kansas City Art Institute, and her MFA from the Minneapolis College of art and Design. She has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the country, and has participated is many residencies and fellowships, including the Second Shift Studio Residency Program in East St.Paul. Lamanno currently resides in North Minneapolis with husband and fellow artist Daniel Lough, and their family.