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Laura Bifano’s “Menagerie Series”

Laura Bifano, whose pristine illustrationwork revolves around animals and nature, intertwining the two oftensurreally, has just finished a series of 10 pieces she calls the"Menagerie Series." These 10 exceptionally executed pieces mix thedigital with the natural in a very enlightening way. The focus pointsare large, "pixelated" versions of their wildlife ancestors existingin their natural habitats which range to lush forests to underwaterkingdoms. Her fresh take on such a theme is livening and pure, andobviously - beautiful. Laura lives and works in Victoria, BritishColumbia. - Zach Tutor

Laura Bifano, whose pristine illustrationwork revolves around animals and nature, intertwining the two oftensurreally, has just finished a series of 10 pieces she calls the”Menagerie Series.” These 10 exceptionally executed pieces mix thedigital with the natural in a very enlightening way. The focus pointsare large, “pixelated” versions of their wildlife ancestors existingin their natural habitats which range to lush forests to underwaterkingdoms. Her fresh take on such a theme is livening and pure, andobviously – beautiful. Laura lives and works in Victoria, BritishColumbia. – Zach Tutor

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