Curated lets us know about this:
““New York based painter Lori Blados is currently exhibiting at the Diane Birdsall Gallery.
Lori Blados’ new work, illustrated on board and in acrylic, is a brightly rendered and playful meditation on environments both real and imagined. Birds twitter about as they peek inside their birdhouses–simple, triangular shaped structures reminiscent of something a child might draw. It is in her quirky style that Blados plays with the concepts of reality and fantasy. The birds are peering into a world that is curiously human, curiously askew. The objects of our everyday become spectacles.”
See more over at Curated.