Monday, April 14, 2014

Lisa Kaser

Yesterday I went to an artist talk by my friend Lisa Kaser, at Waterstone Gallery in Portland. Lisa creates wonderful, quirky, endearing, and a bit disturbing figures from found objects, wool felt that she makes herself, and beeswax. I love her new work, which is larger than her previous figures; these are about 18" high. Lisa also does prints, wall hangings, and has illustrated a Korean children's book. She's a true original and a treasure. She's incredibly prolific and has made her living from her art for some time.

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