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Sir Francis the Explorer found a most Peculiar Hole: New Lola print

Lola's newest print, Sir Francis the Explorer found a most Peculiar Hole, a limited edition of 30 is now available at CoproNason. It is on archival board, varnished and beautifully framed.

Lola’s art has garnered her numerous solo and group shows throughout the country and she’s been published in an number of art publications over the years. We are so please to be able to feature her as part of the Hi-Fructose group exhibition, July 12th at CoproNason. Also to look forward to is her next solo show at Corey Helford Gallery in October.

During her promising career as a tattoo artist, Lola realized the difference in a career, and doing what she loved and so began a more applied focus in painting. Her work currently consists of cute child like creatures who seem happy, romping through the mysterious environment they inhabit which, judging by the painting above, is full of surprises. A strong sense of a narrative runs through each piece and the somber color palate contrasts the merriment or inquisitiveness of her subjects.To see more of Lola’s work and read more about this interesting and inspiring lady, go to

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