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The Art of Lucy Gaylord-Lindolm

Artist Lucy Gaylord-Lindolm’s oil paintings reveal a strangepotion of Old Master technique and surrealist notions. Centralized femininefigures are plucked from their respective eras and re-envisioned in oddscenarios. Their skins are replaced with a mask of plastic band-aids or a network of tubing while rubyred slippers appear gigantic and ominously hover above the streets of Venice.View more of the works after the jump.

Artist Lucy Gaylord-Lindolm’s oil paintings reveal a strange potion of Old Master technique and surrealist notions. Centralized feminine figures are plucked from their respective eras and re-envisioned in odd scenarios. Their skins are replaced with a mask of plastic band-aids or a network of tubing while ruby red slippers appear gigantic and ominously hover above the streets of Venice. View more of the works after below.

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