Renjeau Galleries: Mixed Media Innovations
Now through April 30, 2016
79 Worcester St, Natick, MA - 508-655-5121

Fall 2016 - Artist in residence
Tenacre School, Wellesley, MA


Mosaics and Mixed Media - Weston Public Library 
November 12 - December 29, 2015

Needham Open Studios - 2010, 2011, 2012

Wellesley Library - October 2014

Old Schwamb Mill, Arlington, MA - Spring 2015


Chronicle - WCVB Boston, Channel 5

December, 11, 2014

Romeo watching Pet Portrait on Chronicle Channel 5

View Lauren's segment on Chronicle Channel 5



Winter 2015
Painting with Glass - Wellesley Weston Magazine
Flip to page 172

As my tour of her studio was coming to a close, I asked her what the best thing is about her work. Lauren smiled and replied, “I would say working on a piece for a client and seeing their reaction as I show it to them and how happy it makes them”.


January 31, 2014
A Hand-Me-Down With a History - The New York Times

“I’ve got something for you,” he said, handing his uncle a package to unwrap. Inside was a framed glass mosaic of the MG — with Lucky Dog in the driver’s seat.

“It’s by your daughter,” Randy said, explaining that he had commissioned Lauren Mehrberg, an artist in Massachusetts, to create the mosaic. Morty marveled at the detail, especially the grille and hood louvers, and of course his beloved pet. The car, though not especially valuable, holds the status of a family heirloom.

As seen in The New York Times - Morty and Randy with a framed glass mosaic of the MG, with Morty’s beloved Lucky Dog in the driver’s seat. Randy had the mosaic commissioned by Lauren Mehrbe

NY Times

As seen in The New York Times - Morty and Randy with a framed glass mosaic of the MG, with Morty’s beloved Lucky Dog in the driver’s seat. Randy had the mosaic commissioned by Lauren Mehrberg, Morty’s daughter, an artist in Massachusetts.

October 22, 2013
Mosaic at Sweet Basil mixes chef's pottery, more - Needham Times


"Carolyn wants me to tell you that after  staring at your mosaic of our two much loved terriers, more and more of the artistry therein is evident to her. As with the pointillists, when you stand back the elements merge and more details emerge, like the texture of the hair on the wire hair fox terriers. Their separation from the background is clear but the separation from each other is subtle yet just as clear. There is Latin expression:  Ars artum obscurum. It means the art is to obscure the artifice. To make the difficult look easy and natural. You have accomplished this. So, well beyond the sentimental appeal of seeing our little doggies, Carolyn is having a artist to art relationship with your wonderful work. You made it for the right person. It is not wasted on Carolyn and she is getting endless hours of enjoyment from your work. Thank you again." - B.K.

"I wanted to let you know how much I'm enjoying "April Flowers"- it is just perfect and adds so much happiness and color to our kitchen. My girls love how it sparkles and shimmers." - B.K.


"My husband and I commissioned Lauren to design a mosaic for our home on Cape Cod. We are avid fisherman and wanted a striped bass incorporated into the art piece. Lauren listened to our ideas and was able to create a one-of-a-kind work of art. The completed piece exceeded our expectations and will be a family treasure for years to come." - N.L.

"It is so beautiful and tranquil, and one can only imagine the work and dedication that went into creating such beauty. Your attention to detail, color and exact placement of mosaics is evident." - C.D.

"Lauren's work captures life's joy and makes for a unique and personal gift."   C.H.