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6.6.07

lena wolff

julie at julie baker fine art sent over some really beautiful work from artist lena wolff. lena's work is part of a group show of works on paper by lucrecia troncoso, valerie hammond and lena. based in san francisco, lena describes her work as being, "informed by an interest in folk art, a veneration for the natural world and fantasy. i love the way her work blurs the line between the real and surreal- each one of her pieces has a very other-worldly feel to it. you can view more of lena's work right here and check out the full exhibition at julie baker right here.

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Anonymous Jessica said...

These are very classical and beautiful. I wish they were more contemporary subject with that type of technique it might be really interesting.

11:41 AM  
Anonymous Belinda said...

Thanks for posting this Grace, these are really beautiful.

10:58 PM  
Blogger Spray Glue said...

I love these, for their classical and beautiful style. I understand what Jessica is saying here but I dont think that these need to be modernised into a contemporary style.
The muted colours and soft almost romantic appeal is quite lovely.

Gary*

4:51 AM  

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