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The image shown here: “Consuming Deciduous Dragon” Casting date: 2012. Sculpture Completed in 2013.
Media: Bronze Lost Wax/Plant Detritus Casting and Mixed Media: Bronze, 2 Part Bronze Epoxy Putty, Acrylic Taxidermy Eyes, Acrylic Gloss Medium, 2 Part Epoxy Glue, Wax Metallic Finishes, Oil Paint, Cold Wax Medium, Fine Detail “Liquin” Drying Medium, Glitter, Dried Insect. Sealed with “Krylon” Crystal Clear Glossy Acrylic Coating 1303A and “Krylon” UV-Resistant Clear Matte Acrylic Coating.
Approx. Size not including stand: 10” L x 6.25” W x 5.5” H

This piece and other bronzes and paintings will be on exhibit and for sale at Viridian Artists,INC. NYC,NY. www.viridianartists.com "Deciduous Dragons" recent work by Kathleen King show runs from 5/22 to 6/16 2018. phone: (212) 414-4040 gallery hours 12 noon to 6pm. Tuesday thru Saturday

"Little Lion Dragon"
Oil over Acrylic on Wood Board
32" x 28" x 1.75"
2018
Oil over acrylic painting with outer frame. Fantasy subject.
Oil over Acrylic on Board
10.5" x 12.75" x 1.75"
2018
$900
fantasy, animal imagery, surealism, symbolism,found objects,painting,mixed media, sculpture
3 D Digital Print in STL Plastic Hand Alteted and Painted with Mixed Media:
17” L x 13.5” W x 5” H (with collar)
2013
$3500
fantasy, animal imagery, surealism, symbolism,organic, detritus,found objects,painting,mixed media, sculpture
Plant detritus, acrylic paint and mediums and glassbeads under plexi glass.
including plexi box: 14.5" x 9" x 5"
2012
$900

Viridian Artists is pleased to present “Deciduous Dragons” recent work by Kathleen King on exhibit from May 22nd thru June 16th at Viridian Artists,INC. 548 West 28th St. suite 632 NYC, NY. 10001 website: www.viridianartists.com .The reception is on Thursday May 24th from 6pm to 8pm.

Fantastic and exotic representational subjects sourced from objects found in nature such as dried plant detritus, (leaves, pods, twigs, etc…) are ruminated over, then transformed into bronzes and paintings in this most recent solo exhibit of Kat’s work.

King states: “Elevating the humblest of discarded botanical fragments to iconic status for the viewer’s contemplation is an ongoing concept in my drawings, paintings and sculptures. I reconfigure the botanical/detritus fragments into small 3D models. Contemplating these models, I transform them into metaphorical subjects in the final art works.”