best advice, ever?
usually always knows what’s best.
I love Joshua Petker’s art. Check it out.
together is better!
the workisnotajob. family is growing. Say Hi to Amber :)
Looking for inspiration.
The newest wood painting to add to my growing stack. I’ve got a whole other stack just waiting for inspiration.
i love this.
*for your consideration.
dave brown is always right on time. thankssss for sendingggg to meeeee as i’m smack in the middle of creating. this bit of wisdom is EXACTLY what I needed to hear right now. #YAY #WeAreInSync #WeAlsoHaveTheSameTumblrTheme #WeAreAwesomeLikeThat #YouTotallyCopiedMe #HoweverIForgiveYou
some things are not important.
that which is unimportant will own you, if you let it. give, love, appreciate and just be, for that which is important. when you lose touch of what’s important, you lose touch of yourself.
Barbara Kruger downtown new york
To build excitement for the new downtown location of the Whitney, the museum commissioned three artists, Guyton/Walker, Tauba Auerbach and Barbara Kruger, to contribute to an ongoing public art project on the site of the future building. The artists stays true to their aesthetics but must use printed vinyl as the medium to mold and cover the fences and surrounding area on the corners of Gansevoort and Washington St. The current Barbara Kruger installation of iconic black and white word images debuted over the weekend and is visible at both ground level and from the High Line, New York. Text and Photo Juliana Balestin
I just saw this about an hour ago on the high line. At night you don’t notice that these words are spread evenly across the back of the meatpacking building, on temporary offices/storage units, and across what seems to be greenhouses. You can find a good view towards the end of the highline, facing jersey city.
this is beautiful.
I love Austin’s work and I love this sentiment. Girl be your own Fairy Godmother!
starting is the hard part.
analyze less, live more.
… to yourself. as someone who tends to get so wrapped up in helping others that I forget to think of myself, what I’ve realized recently is that the more I ask myself what I want and what feels right to me, the greater I can continue to help others in bigger ways… a good friend recently recommended that I listen to how situations, experiences and ideas make me feel beyond the point of inception. I took his advice and even starting writing these feelings down as I experience them. it’s been incredibly insightful not only in terms of what really drives me over time but also in what is causing conflict and the related feelings/reactions that can help me solve it by communicating from the heart.
Really excited for the City? Me too :)
more art less artificial
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