lisa krannichfeld


Washy portraits AND cut Japanese paper? Oh, yes please! These pieces are from a new mixed media series, titled “Dressed” by American artist Lisa Krannichfeld. I wrote about her back in the summer of 2013, but the moment I saw that Japanese paper outlined in acrylic, I just had to write again. Those rich, gorgeous, precise patterns next to three ladies who, well, are a little less than precise {um, you’ve got a bit of lipstick on your face} … it’s really kind of a fabulous combo.

comments (6)

  1. Kiran /// 04.08.2015 /// 8:59am

    Simultaneously ethereal and beautiful!

  2. Kreetta /// 04.08.2015 /// 11:51am

    Such beauty. Wonderful.

  3. the jealous curator /// 04.09.2015 /// 8:56am

    totally. i love that they’re beautiful and strange all rolled into one.

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  5. Carla /// 04.11.2015 /// 6:24am

    I love this very clever use of mediums! Top combo!

  6. Rebecca Robinson /// 10.02.2015 /// 11:29am

    Oh my gosh! She is from my hometown! I love her work!