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Preview of Lola’s “Haro” CHG Circa

This Saturday, pop surrealist painter Lola will open her solo show "Haro" at Corey Helford Gallery's new space, CHG Circa. Painted with a delicate hand, Lola's compositions are filled with a strange cast of human and animal characters that seem somehow trapped or unsettled. Much like a conflicting dream, Lola's paintings are full of disparate images; her characters wear worried or sullen facial expressions and masks, hinting at an underlying conflict that remains unclear. Take a look at some of Lola's paintings from the show, and make sure to catch the opening on September 8.

This Saturday, pop surrealist painter Lola will open her solo show “Haro” at Corey Helford Gallery‘s new space, CHG Circa. Painted with a delicate hand, Lola’s compositions are filled with a strange cast of human and animal characters that seem somehow trapped or unsettled. Much like a conflicting dream, Lola’s paintings are full of disparate images; her characters wear worried or sullen facial expressions and masks, hinting at an underlying conflict that remains unclear. Take a look at some of Lola’s paintings from the show, and make sure to catch the opening on September 8.

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