Little Krishna by Lori Field

Thursday, July 19, 2007



Little Krishna
by Lori Field

Colored Pencil Drawing on Rice Paper, Collage Elements, Thread, Encaustic and Beeswax on Wood
10" x 10", S O L D

via: phantasmaphile who says of her: "...you must see these pieces in person to witness their divine texture and cloudiness."

So delectable you could stick in a spoon and eat it. If I could only narrow down which one(s) I want to buy.

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2 comments:

gbreez Fri Jul 20, 11:19:00 PM EDT  

I really love this one, but, is it not sold?

lori Field Sat Jul 28, 01:11:00 PM EDT  

So nice of you to call my work delectable, and wanting to stick a spoon in and eat it. I love that compliment. Just letting you know that many of my pieces are done in limited editions of three, they are all hand drawn and slightly different from each other, but if one is sold, I often make two more of a particular creature if the need arises. The piece you have pictured, Little Krishna, has sold twice and is now in her third incarnation at my Chicago gallery in a solo show I have up until September 1st. The one you have pictured is slightly brighter in color, the third Little Krishna, which I don't have a pic of is more dreamy and pastelly, but she's still got her little deer sidekick. Again, thanks for liking my work and blogging about it. I'm a feedback junkie so very nice to meet people who like my work.

Cheers,
L.

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