Recognizing the beauty that surrounds me every day must be one of the most amazing skills I’ve developed. Letting beauty be the lens through which I see the world, and watching my world in turn become more beautiful.
I’m always drawn towards unusual and mysterious yet welcoming and familiar. It’s all about how does it make me feel. It helps me get a better sense of who I am. Today it’s a lamp, tomorrow it will be a painting, or a book, or a song. It doesn’t matter what it is but it has to be something. I’m still learning how to appreciate the simple things. Because I don’t want my every day experiences pass into nothingness.
Even if sometimes I spend way too much time digging deep into things that don’t matter, but it comes so naturally and that’s how I learn what truly matters to me. I want to find special in what everyone else overlooks as bland.
We have a say in the amount of love we experience. This internal freedom is something that no one and nothing can take away from us. I don’t want to chase the extraordinary for beauty, I want to show up fully, here and appreciate the simple pleasures. Because life is beautiful regardless of how it’s falling apart and falling back into place.
Artist Jeff Zimmerman
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Day 5. When we dream we seem to know the people in them from before and after the dream itself. What if dreams are portals to our alternate life
Here's my girl Blua (yes I reposted this) swipe to see her mood board :3 #inndago_ocs
I didn't write her age since the story takes time in the period of time of 3 years; she's def not a teenager, she's in her middle 20s. Also, Blua's just a nickname but I can't reveal her real one because that'd be a spoiler lol
Claude Monet. Les Nymphéas. 1890-1926. détail.
From my article for @dailyartmagazine
In contrast to Narcissus, Monet is not in love with his own reflection, what he sees in the water in front of him is the purity of light, its undulations and transformations. Forget the trees and water lilies for a moment and rest your eyes on the water…
Have you ever seen the pictures of nebulae, these piles of gas and interstellar dust present in our universe? These particles that are in free and constant movement which suggests a ballet of sublime chaos, a perfect harmony… I am no longer in front of a known landscape, but at the beginning of a journey into another, almost immaterial, world, a world framed by the edge of a pond, and the caress of the branches of a weeping willow on the water surface.
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Top 9 of 2018 🤙🏻 big up to everyone that follows me, hope you enjoy the smut. 💀
Calling all artists: By Dec. 21, enter the “Objects Found” exhibition! Incorporate salvaged materials into your artwork. During the creative process, consider still lifes, Joseph Cornell’s ephemera-filled boxes, Tim Noble’s and Sue Webster’s discarded item assemblages, Jim Golden’s object photography, Jane Perkins’ 3D-collage portraits, etc. Use items you’ve found or collected—from twigs, buttons, and antiques to toys, textiles, etc.—to complete your work. Exhibition Juror Tara Leale Porter of Red Lotus Fused Glass Art creates a narrative in her artwork through a dialogue of materials. She interweaves her fused glass with found objects that have a time-worn patina to construct stories of destruction and regeneration. Visit the link in bio to view the "Objects Found" prospectus and submit work. Image: Tara Leale Porter.
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Ink on paper
9 x 12 in
Creation, 200 x 210 cm, mixed media on canvas
Turn left and then turn right. | 75 x 139cm (3) | Acrylic and tape on cotton | 2018
Untitled/ 130x100cm/ mixed media on canvas
Day and Night, mixed media on canvas
Word, 90x150cm, mixed media on canvas
Movement, mixed media on canvas