Friday, August 28, 2009

LoLa Images: impermanence. Ethereal beauty at the Dairy's In Focus Gallery

A resident of Boulder since 1971, Lois LaFond is a singer/songwriter and the creator of Lois LaFond & the Rockadiles, the well-known band for Children and their Families since 1984.

For over two years, under the moniker LoLa Images, she has been working with a process of shooting photographs which has resulted in a fascinating series of pictures that are showing at the Dairy Center for the Arts.

impermanence features 26 giclees. The unmanipulated digital images have an unusual sense of musicality which often creates pictures that resemble paintings in their color, contrast and movement. The show hangs in the Dairy’s In Focus Gallery and will run through September 18. In October, LoLa Images will be a featured artist in Open Studios.

Through September 18. Free. Open daily.

See more images on the Boulder Magazine Facebook page.

In Focus Gallery
Dairy Center for the Arts
26th & Walnut, Boulder

What people are saying:

"Lois Lafond is finding her voice in the movement, color and layering of realities vibrating in her photos. They are fun, vivacious and thoughtful reflecting the artist herself."
~ Michael Wojczuk, artist and elementary school art teacher.


“I don’t have the vocabulary for what I’m seeing.”

“How do you do it?”

“Spectacular images.”
“They really make me think.”

Pictured: Tell Me Where She Dances, Copyright 2009, Lois LaFond. See more photos on the Boulder Magazine Facebook page.

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