Miró Museum – Barcelona
08.16.16 | No Comments

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Dia Beacon
01.19.16 | No Comments

Visited Dia Art Foundation in Beacon NY, with 8 of my favorite lady friends, on a crisp January afternoon.

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Dotty Attie
11.26.13 | No Comments
Category: erotica |painting

Painting by Dotty Attie P.P.O.W. Gallery


Mexico City
10.11.13 | No Comments

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Georgia O’Keeffe
08.13.13 | No Comments

Georgia O’Keeffe watercoloring, photographed by her lover Alfred Stieglitz

Iskon Temple Paintings
03.20.13 | No Comments


Udaipur, wall paintings
03.04.13 | No Comments


Will Cotton
05.17.12 | No Comments

Will Cotton
80″ by 68″
Mary Boone Gallery

Cat and Girl
11.08.11 | No Comments

By Trixis

James Jean
05.24.09 | No Comments

James Jean’s portfolio site: www.jamesjean.com

James Jean’s blog: www.processrecess.com

Michael Jackson Strange Auction Items
04.30.09 | No Comments
Category: painting

Holy cow this is creepy!

from Paulscheer’s photostream on Flickr

Dame Darcy
11.20.08 | No Comments

A painting Dame Darcy made of us knitting each other’s hair,

Rosemarie Fiore
10.29.08 | No Comments
This is the most beautiful thing I have seen today:
“Firework Drawing #14” 2005
lit firework residue, collage on paper 41 3/4 in x 29 1/2 in
Zina Saunders
10.14.08 | No Comments

Zina Saunders, “Playing House” for The Nation, 2008


When Perfect Is Not the Goal
07.11.08 | No Comments

When I was a kid my mom let me draw on the walls and furniture too.

Pamela Bell, one of the four original partners in the Kate Spade brand, has dedicated her house to her children. NY Times article

The Princess and the Pea
06.19.08 | 1 Comment

My dreamlife is so rich and full of amazing imagery, it is often very hard for me to wake back into this world.

The Real Princess, Edmund Dulac

The Princess on the Pea
By Hans Christian Andersen
Translation by Jean Hersholt

Once there was a Prince who wanted to marry a Princess. Only a real one would do. So he traveled through all the world to find her, and everywhere things went wrong. There were Princesses aplenty, but how was he to know whether they were real Princesses? There was something not quite right about them all. So he came home again and was unhappy, because he did so want to have a real Princess.One evening a terrible storm blew up. It lightened and thundered and rained. It was really frightful! In the midst of it all came a knocking at the town gate. The old King went to open it.

Who should be standing outside but a Princess, and what a sight she was in all that rain and wind. Water streamed from her hair down her clothes into her shoes, and ran out at the heels. Yet she claimed to be a real Princess.

“We’ll soon find that out,” the old Queen thought to herself. Without saying a word about it she went to the bedchamber, stripped back the bedclothes, and put just one pea in the bottom of the bed. Then she took twenty mattresses and piled them on the pea. Then she took twenty eiderdown feather beds and piled them on the mattresses. Up on top of all these the Princess was to spend the night.

In the morning they asked her, “Did you sleep well?”

” Oh!” said the Princess. “No. I scarcely slept at all. Heaven knows what’s in that bed. I lay on something so hard that I’m black and blue all over. It was simply terrible.”

They could see she was a real Princess and no question about it, now that she had felt one pea all the way through twenty mattresses and twenty more feather beds. Nobody but a Princess could be so delicate. So the Prince made haste to marry her, because he knew he had found a real Princess.

As for the pea, they put it in the museum. There it’s still to be seen, unless somebody has taken it.

There, that’s a true story.

Geometry as Image at Robert Miller Gallery NY
05.28.08 | No Comments

John Pai meticulously joins welding rods into open steel structures that develop organically as they occupy space.
Photo by Seze

Detail, Photo by Seze

Ilya Bolotowsky Trylon , 1977 (left)
Kenneth Snelson Easter Monday , 1977 (right)
Photo by Seze
more info

Goodbye to my Grandfather of Collage
05.13.08 | No Comments

Robert Rauschenberg, Titan of American Art, Is Dead at 82

Robert Rauschenberg, “Solstice” 1968

Faerie Folk Mix
05.01.08 | No Comments

In honor of May Day, I made a Faerie Folk mix. Here is the tracklisting:

  • Akron/Family – I’ll Be On The Water
  • Angels Of Light – Sunflower’s Here To Stay
  • DANIELLE DAX – Here Come the Harvest Buns
  • The Rolling Stones – In Another Land
  • Dolly Parton – Love Is Like A Butterfly
  • KATE BUSH – Cloudbusting
  • LOCUST – Summer Rain
  • DAME DARCY – Honey Time
  • Cibelle – Dedans Le Lapin
  • Coco Rosie – By Your Side
  • Animal Collective – The Softest Voice
  • RASPUTINA – Sister Sleep

While searching for images of Fairies I found these gorgeous painting by Josephine Wall. Take a look at her site, her work is very intricate and lush. www.josephinewall.co.uk

My Lady Unicorn, by Josephine Wall

Heart and Soul, by Josephine Wall

Rainbow Jello
04.30.08 | No Comments

This is so pretty even though I never eat gelatin.
Photo and source from the Adventures of Food Slut Blog, thanks for the link Abigail.