botanical-inspiration: Herbarium Blackwellianum […] Centuria IV (1757) Elizabeth Blackwell

July 10, 2012
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September 22, 2015 Ellsworth KellyBroadway, 1958

FEATURED ARTIST: Diane Simpson Diane Simpson is a Chicago-based artist who creates sculpture and drawings that evolve from a diverse range of sources, including clothing, utilitarian objects, and architecture. She received an MFA in 1978 and a BFA in 1971 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Illinois State Museum, Springfield; Racine Art Museum, Racine WI; Rockford Art Muse...

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Extremely proud to be with you & your pages & in your heart !https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1862249427134776&set=a.100395353320201.744.100000492096839&type=3&theater

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escapekit: Airplane Window PaintingsArtist Jim Darling creates beautiful landscape paintings framed inside airplane windows. Darling’s paintings are from this sky-high perspective, painted cities, clouds, and beautiful landscapes. Escape Kit / Twitter / Subscribe

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Submission Friday:Caspar Petéus, “Sojourn 2”, sold during Artwalk NY 2016, http://casparpeteus.com

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Alexey Kondakov is a Ukrainian art director who likes to incorporate scenes and characters from classical paintings in contemporary photographs of the city of Kiev. Through these digital collages , we can observe the simple everyday life that these gods, nymphs and goddesses would have had had they lived in our time. 

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Felipe Jacome, “My name is Linda. We women think and fight for our country so that our children and grandchildren can live well, free from contamination. I am also advocating for animals to live free, so that in the future they can find fertile ground. There are many men that when working with the oil companies start to take a lot and become violent with their families and insult their wives. People who work for the company live as slaves. Not earn a fair wage”, from Amazon: Guardians of Life

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the-exit: “What we have here are objects and stories that should not be examined through the conventional but reductive binary of fiction and non-fiction. We proceed from the consideration that this distinction is a false one and does not do justice to the rich and complex stories that circulate widely and that capture our attention and belief. I must say that it remains unclear to us what we mean by this proposition, ‘to do justice to the rich and complex stories that circulate widely and that...

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ON VIEW: “Name It by Trying to Name It: Open Sessions 2014-15” has taken first floor of the museum over to an exploration of contemporary drawing, encompassing performance, video, sculpture, and installation, as well as traditional drawing forms. Initiated in 2014, Open Sessions is a new program at The Drawing Center through which a large group of artists consider their relationship to drawing as medium, process, and metaphor. On view through August 30. Wed-Sun 12-6pm | Thur 12-8pm...

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October 2, 2012

Hagar Vardimon - Isometric, from the series “Totem in my front yard”, 2014, embroidery on paperSee more Hagar Vardimon posts here.

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June 16, 2016
July 30, 2013 John Phillip Abbott
January 18, 2013 Stefania Fersini
July 23, 2013 Rob Dobi

I’m visiting University of Nebraska–Lincoln this week. I’ll be giving a talk Thursday night, so if you’re in the area please drop by. 

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April 4, 2012 Ben Schumacher
June 5, 2017 Katarina Kalmanova

Submission Friday:Knot tied to Stella, 2017 Hand drawn ink on paper, 4 panels, 11"x11" each panel Artist: Steven Vasquez Lopez www.stevenvlopez.com

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January 26, 2018

Princess Leia hair is so totally 300 A.D.A proto-Princess Leia emerges from this 1,700-year-old terracotta lamp created in North Africa. We may have Roman North Africa to thank for the famous Leia hairstyle, as this braided look appears on depictions of women in ancient artworks from this region, such as the terracotta lamp (left) at the Getty and the marble sculpture (right) at the Met.

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ANCORA POCHISSIMI GIORNI E FINALMENTE IN ROMANIA PER PARTECIPARE A QUESTO MERAVIGLIOSO EVENTO…GRAZIE CHRISTIAN PARASCHIV AMICO MIO!!__________________________________________________AGAIN VERY FEW DAYS AND FINALLY I’LL BE IN ROMANIA TO PARTECIPATE TO THIS WONDERFUL EVENT….THANX CHRISTIAN PARASCHIV MY FRIEND!!

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January 14, 2016 simon prades
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May 7, 2013 Jeffrey Matthews
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March 11, 2017 Rik Oostenbroek
October 3, 2015 Vaughn Hockey - Screwed