August Mood Board

August. My first married month. August has bee pretty blissful, I’m not going to lie. At the beginning of this month I was on my honeymoon and then immediately after started a new job. I didn’t post on Instagram for a couple of months, and just really tried to focus in on what I want for myself and in my brand-spanking new marriage. The mood board this month somewhat revolves around love, people and mysticism. I hope some of these inspire and you like they did me. Enjoy!

Ugo Rondinone, Drifting Clouds, 2018 Photo  Jon Gasca

Ugo Rondinone, Drifting Clouds, 2018
Photo Jon Gasca

My favorite still from The Big Fish

My favorite still from The Big Fish

Kanako Hatsura

Kanako Hatsura

Pamplona, Spain 1956 by  Ernst Haas

Pamplona, Spain 1956 by Ernst Haas

Lee Krasner, “Desert Moon” (1955), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, © The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, © 2018 Digital Image Museum Associates/ LACMA/Art Resource NY/ Scala, Florence

Lee Krasner, “Desert Moon” (1955), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, © The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, © 2018 Digital Image Museum Associates/ LACMA/Art Resource NY/ Scala, Florence

Baba Yaga’s Garden - Tin Can Forest

Baba Yaga’s Garden - Tin Can Forest

Alfred James Munnings, “The Belvoir Point-to-Point Meeting on Barrowby Hill, Painted on Woolsthorpe” (1920–21), oil on canvas. 25 x 30 inches, Paul Mellon Collection, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, image © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

Alfred James Munnings, “The Belvoir Point-to-Point Meeting on Barrowby Hill, Painted on Woolsthorpe” (1920–21), oil on canvas. 25 x 30 inches, Paul Mellon Collection, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, image © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

July Mood Board

July, the official middle of summer. The days are getting muggy, and the fans are running all night. It’s always one of my favorite months, but this one is big for me. I’ll be getting married at the end of this month, so I’ve been thinking abut love, about work, and about long term commitments both to myself and others. Already it feels different than the playfulness of spring. That being the case, I wanted to show you some of the things I’ve been looking at, thinking about. I hope they inspire you like they did me to always be looking for more art in galleries and in the world. Enjoy!

Vivian Suter at Gladstone Gallery.

Liza Lou  artist from New York. Liza working on Gather (One million)

Liza Lou artist from New York. Liza working on Gather (One million)

Carly Steinnbrunn -   Cacti, 2014

Carly Steinnbrunn - Cacti, 2014

Deliah Ammar

Deliah Ammar

Loulou Elliott

Loulou Elliott

Julio Reyes

Julio Reyes

Marianne Hendriks

Marianne Hendriks

Marina Mika

Marina Mika

Ernie Barnes - He has a great show at the African American Museum, check it out here

Spring Time Mood Board

Okay, okay. So I missed a few posts. I’m back now, and ready to give you all a taste of what I’ve been looking at, thinking about. I’ll admit I’ve been a bit nostalgic, and I have a theory that everyone gets a little nostalgic when the seasons change. The first day of Spring feels markedly different, and reminds me of the spring before, and before that.

Particle Memory by Lita Albuquerque, 1995

^ Particle Memory, Lita Albuquerque 1995

In addition to being nostalgic, I am also recently engaged so I’m feeling romantic as well. All in all, general feelings alert! I hope these pics inspire you like they did me ~

  1. Screenshot from my favorite movie scene of all time, this abstract ballet dance scene in the middle of Singin’ In The Rain. This scene made me understand dance on an entire different level as a kid

  2. Poppies in the Spring , by Bye.Bye.Birdie on flickr

  3. A close lil crop of dust on one of my pictures, that I’ve always liked for some reason

  4. Château de Chenonceau

  5. Small excerpt from Art & Fear, by David Bayles & Ted Orland. Amazing book for artists that want to relate to their work! Highly recommend! You can find it in a pdf form online for free.

  6. “Part” by Iain Stewart, 1998. Chromogenic print

  7. “The Sun Is Out”, Tommy Bruce 2015

  8. Unable to find the artist behind this soothing Cloud TV, but I looove it, whoever you are! I will credit you if I can find you!

  9. Unable to find the artist behind this last one, but it feels peaceful and like love. Again, reach out if this is you!