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Fine Art

By Lasha

Ink & Graphite

Froggy Festivities A Reely Hoppy Holiday Catch

Dive into the whimsical world of "Froggy Festivities: A Reel-y Hoppy Holiday Catch," a delightful creation. This charming piece, featured in the NorthWord 2023 Holiday Collection on Roger's TV, captures the playful essence of the holiday season. Crafted with Archival ink on 100% cotton fine art paper, the artwork depicts a fish donning a frog-themed beanie with a hooked line leading to a frog on the other end. "Froggy Festivities" invites viewers to embrace the joyful spirit of the holidays.

Elegance In Ink Rainy Crabapple

Dive into the exquisite world of "Elegance in Ink: Rainy Crabapple," a captivating creation. This delicate piece, showcased at the "2023 Water" exhibition at the Federation of Canadian Artists, in Vancouver, BC, brings forth the intricate beauty of nature through Archival ink on 100% cotton fine art paper. The drawing depicts a tiny Crabapple and a leaf adorned with dew drops, gracefully suspended from a branch.

Set Fire to Yesterday

Embark on a visual journey with "Set Fire to Yesterday," an exquisite creation. This striking piece, showcased at the "2023 On The Edge" exhibition at the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver, BC, invites viewers to embrace the emotive power of art. The original 14x17-inch artwork, mounted on gallery wood panel canvas, beautifully intertwines Archival ink with the timeless elegance of 100% cotton fine art paper.

Tineesha

Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of "Tineesha's Radiance," a captivating face portrait meticulously created. Part of the "Raining on Dreams" solo exhibition at the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery in Fort McMurray, AB, this graphite and Archival ink masterpiece captures the essence of Tineesha's unique charisma. Crafted with precision, the artwork eloquently portrays Tineesha's distinctive features, showcasing the artist's talent in bringing out the inner radiance of her subjects.

Stella

Discover the enchanting allure of "Stella's Grace," a striking face portrait. Part of the "Raining on Dreams" solo exhibition at the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery, this graphite and Archival ink masterpiece captures the essence of Stella's unique charm. Crafted with precision, beautifully portraying Stella's distinctive features and the subtle nuances that make her shine. "Stella's Grace" is a testament to the artist's ability to unveil the individuality and grace within each subject.

Zenley

Capturing the essence of innocence, "Zenley's Portrait" is a graphite and Archival ink masterpiece. This face portrait, showcased in the "Raining on Dreams (2023)" solo exhibition at the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery, immortalizes the beauty and purity of a young soul named Zenley. Rendered with meticulous detail, this piece brings forth the delicate features and expressive eyes that tell a story of wonder and curiosity.

Baby Em

Introducing "Baby Em," the adorable stegosaurus with a dash of mischief! This Archival ink drawing captures the heartwarming chaos of a baby stegosaurus, complete with a charming sweater and shoes that just won't stay put. Featured in the "Raining on Dreams (2023)" solo exhibition at the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery, this whimsical piece, is a testament to the artist's ability to blend innocence with a touch of mischievous charm.

Baby Sue

Introducing "Baby Sue," a heartwarming Archival ink drawing, celebrated as part of the "Raining on Dreams (2023)" solo exhibition at the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery. This enchanting piece captures the innocence and charm of a baby triceratops adorned in a sweet bonnet. The artwork invites viewers to immerse themselves in a world where prehistoric wonder meets timeless whimsy.

Baby Ruby

Featured in the solo exhibition "Raining on Dreams (2023)" at the Kirschner Family Community Art Gallery in Fort McMurray, AB, "Baby Ruby" is a delightful Archival ink drawing. This whimsical piece, expertly crafted, showcases the playful innocence of a baby T-Rex with a mischievous twist--clutching a teddy bear whose head it has endearingly torn off. The artwork invites viewers into a world where imagination reigns supreme.

Bubble Pop

Capturing the essence of life's highs and lows, "Bubble Pop" portrays a girl in three graphite face portraits as she blows up a bubblegum, symbolizing the intensity and unpredictability of life. Featured in the NorthWord Literary Magazine vol. 5 issue: 3 (2023), this piece invites contemplation on the vivid spectrum of experiences we encounter.

Attachment

"Attachment," a profound Archival ink drawing, delves into the intricate relationship between humanity and our planet. Featured in the NorthWord Literary Magazine vol. 5 issue:1 (2022), this piece artfully depicts a hand, rendered in meticulous dotallism, holding Earth aloft with a ribbon. Meanwhile, shuttles and spacecrafts explore neighboring planets, exploring the complex dynamics of our connection to the world we call home.

Illusions

"Illusions," Lasha's inaugural piece showcased in the prestigious Las Laguna Art Gallery of Laguna Beach, California (2021), marked a significant milestone in her artistic journey. As Lasha's premier Graphite portrait, it contributed to the profound narrative of "The Forgetting Room" exhibition. This representational showcase invited artists to delve into the realms of memory and time, making "Illusions" a poignant exploration of these themes.

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