Meagan Ashmore

Meagan Ashmore

Inspiration: avifuana, driftwood, flaneur, Frida Kahlo, Gustavian tones, meditation, moon, mysticism, new book smell, pantheism, tide pool walks.
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Fernand Khnopff (Belgian, 1858-1921). The Temptation of St. Anthony, 1883

Fernand Khnopff (Belgian, The Temptation of St.

Nyx and Hypnos  (Fernand Khnopff 1901)  Nyx, Goddess of the night and mother of quite the interesting brood of progeny, depicted here, with one of her sons Hypnos, the personification of sleep.  Those greeks were so damn creative.

Fernand Khnopff - White, Black and Gold, 1901 - Woman with a statue of Hypnos (Belgian)

L’Androgyne (La Décadence Latine VIII) PELADAN, Joséphin. Paris: Dentu (1891) http://www.elysiumpress.com/pages/books/5896/josephin-peladan/landrogyne-la-decadence-latine-viii

L’Androgyne (La Décadence Latine VIII) PELADAN, Joséphin. Paris: Dentu (1891) http://www.elysiumpress.com/pages/books/5896/josephin-peladan/landrogyne-la-decadence-latine-viii

Jadeloop.com

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Ignant- As a homage to the photographic work of Nobuyoshi Araki, Anna Reivilä explores the symbolism of Japanese bondage, regarding connections among people and the divine. In her series ‘Bond’, Reivilä applies the tied and knotted rope technique to elements of nature.

Ignant- As a homage to the photographic work of Nobuyoshi Araki, Anna Reivilä explores the symbolism of Japanese bondage, regarding connections among people and the divine. In her series ‘Bond’, Reivilä applies the tied and knotted rope technique to elements of nature.

Ellsworth Kelly (detail) at the Philadelphia museum of art

ryannordkitchen: “ Ellsworth Kelly (detail) at the Philadelphia museum of art ”