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I'm pinning it here because I want to meditate on the sentiment (Aha, found the artist, Anne-Lise Coste, http://reinhardhauff.de/artist.php?id=9&task=works). But I also like and need to look at things like this: the un-slick, the rough-edged, the urgent-not-perfect. In the studio, I'm too easily seduced by the polished side of The Force.
Annelise Coste, Professionalization is killing art, 2008,
Joe Brainard (American, 1942–1994). Posty's Pup, 1978. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Stanley Posthorn, in memory of the artist, 1997 (1997.404.17) #dogs
"Art print. A4 . 'Homeward.' Mystical and magical. Art print of an original painting by Amanda Jane Clark."
Dran, London. Deidra Brocké Wallace
So true. I wish more people would buy the art that touches them, and forget the furniture!
well this is all going terribly well by Ruby
THE BOAT by Dan Casado via Flickr
Zander Olsen 'Tree Line'. Trees wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon.
Untitled (Refrigerator), 1981 by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Art Experience NYC www.artexperience...
Valerie Hammond www.littlejohncon...
Art History Poster! It's a pretty thorough art history cheat sheet.
Kelly Vivanco. Love her.
Paper Landscape Illustrated by Eiko Ojala