Studio Visit with Robert Kraiza

by JL SchnabelPosted on

Set in a fantastical world in which Victorian children saddle woodland beasts such as owls, bats and foxes, Philadelphia-based artist Robert Kraiza’s paintings speak of unwritten fairytales imbued with the nostalgia of childhood. The portraits, created in a monochromatic palette that complements his antiquated aesthetic, converge with an otherworldliness evidenced in the scale in which he portrays the children in relation to the beasts they chariot. Recently we had a chance to visit the emerging artist in his studio and bring you some images of his new work.

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