quick self portrait based on my exhausted accidental hiking mount inari face
Me, an Old: what's a boomerang 📷 @hanna_leatherman
Visiting the Davidson side of the family in New Hampshire and, of course, went to the @curriermuseum 🙌👍 . 1) this Martin Lewis etching/drypoint made my jaw DROP. what gorgeous rich shadow and mood. My God. I'd never heard of Lewis before. WHY NOT??! THIS IS MASTERY!! (Martin Lewis, Corner Shadows, 1930) 🤩😍😂😳 . 2) the @forfreedoms show had some incredibly evocative billboards (shown in miniature in slide 4) that must have been just staggering in person. I liked (maybe liked isn't a great word) this one a lot. (Zoe Buckman, We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident, Washington DC, 2018.) . 3) great billboard, great juxtaposition with a rural farm setting in this photo. (Fred Tomaselli, I've Fallen, Helena, MT, 2018.) . 4) just a snapshot of a bunch of the billboards in their settings. I wish I'd seen the ones in Delaware and Pennsylvania... Did any of y'all see a For Freedoms billboard in the wild? . 5) the Currier has really gotten into incorporating audience response into the display of their exhibitions! 👏 . 6) Shaker-made chair by Stephen Huneck in 1991. I REALLY WANTED TO SIT IN THE HAND DOG CHAIR!😂😂 . 7) I love seeing what the Currier is adding to its collection, because it seems to change each time I visit (once or twice a year!) This painting, Die rote Fluth (The Red Tide) is by Richard Müller and was painted in 1949 and I just thought it was WILD. (Me: is the red tide supposed to represent Communism? Uncle: probably not. Me: but it's called 'The Red Tide' and it's painted in 1949! Uncle: ....) 🤔 . 8) In the contemporary art section, this super fascinating textile by Faig Ahmed, Siddhartha Gautama (2017). Hard to get a good photo of how luscious the liquified part is. . 9) Edward Hopper etching I spotted at the last minute while making my did I get a photo of the labels rounds. Night Shadows, 1921.
They're waiting for a real bird friend #nofilter
this is a gritty loving only account (📷@cupnoodlecomics)
the coldest blood runs thru my veins.... u know my name.....
First time drawing a self-portrait with @cupnoodlecomics’s amazing iPad and fancy pen tablet configuration ✍️✍️✍️
Okay so I pressed the elevator button and when the doors opened I literally screamed WHAT
My sparkle was too subtle for the photos