Krystyn Strother

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Some of you who know me personally know that one of my degrees is in Art History. Not that I do much with that now, but the appreciation and study of art will always be a part of me and thus, will sometimes makes an appearance on this blog. What is life without art? Without out something that makes your eyes smile and provokes emotion in your belly? Probably like one of those suburban housing developments where all the dwelling are different shades of taupe. 

Leah Fraser creates shamanic paintings all Gaughin-esque and it makes my heart go pitter patter. Rather than get in to a discussion on form and composition all I want to do is soak these up and enjoy them. You should too.

‘She’s the silent one in her soft boots’ by Leah Fraser, 2014, acrylic on polyester canvas, 61cm x 51cm.

‘She’s the silent one in her soft boots’ by Leah Fraser, 2014, acrylic on polyester canvas, 61cm x 51cm.

We were going to see the World’ by Leah Fraser, 2014, acrylic on polyester canvas, 122cm x 87cm.

We were going to see the World’ by Leah Fraser, 2014, acrylic on polyester canvas, 122cm x 87cm.

‘The next move ushered the whole thing in’ by Leah Fraser, 2014, acrylic on polyester canvas, 122cm x 120cm.

‘The next move ushered the whole thing in’ by Leah Fraser, 2014, acrylic on polyester canvas, 122cm x 120cm.

His delicate eyes saw with clarity what others did not, 2013 by Leah Fraser, acrylic polyester on canvas 61cm x 51cm.

His delicate eyes saw with clarity what others did not, 2013 by Leah Fraser, acrylic polyester on canvas 61cm x 51cm.

Her mind as sharp as a serpents tooth, 2013 by Leah Fraser, acrylic polyester on canvas 61cm x 51cm.

Her mind as sharp as a serpents tooth, 2013 by Leah Fraser, acrylic polyester on canvas 61cm x 51cm.

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