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New perspective bending collages by Lola Dupré Distort and reconfigure pets and portraits

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#Animals
#architecture
#Collage
#Humor
#surreal

March 19, 2021

Grace Ebert

“Cleo” (2020), 8.2 “x 11.6”. All images © Lola Dupré, shared with permission

Glasgow artist Lola Dupré ((previously) continues her practice of cutting photographs and art historical works into cleverly surreal collages and rearranging them. Her latest manipulations include a fool Léon Bonnat, a slew of irresistible puppy eyes, and a twisted rendition of George Stubbs’ “The Congouro from New Holland. ”Dupré’s cat Charlie can still be found as food for the unusual works – see two pieces that focus on him below – and the artist is currently in the process of creating her 33rd portrait of the orange and white cat. You can find more compositions by Dupré in the latest edition of Standard magazine, Originals and prints on her sideand see the distorted works in person at Portland Brass factory gallery later that year. You can also follow the distorted creations Instagram and Behance.

“Kayack” (2020), 11.6 “by 8.2”

“Roo after Stubbs” (2021), 8.2 x 11.6 in

Left: “After Leon Bonnat” (2021), 8.2 x 11.6 inches. Right: “The Community” (2020), 8.2 “x 11.6”

“Charlie 32” (2021), 8.2 “by 11.6”

“Hardy” (2020), 16.5 “by 11.5”

Left: “Cat after Nathaniel Currier” (2021), 8.2 “x 11.6”. Right: “Rand” (2021), 11.5 “by 16.5”

“Charlie 31” (2021), 11.6 “by 8.2”

#Animals
#architecture
#Collage
#Humor
#surreal

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