April 21st, 2014
February 25th, 2014
*** by dzarro72, 2011

*** by dzarro72, 2011

(Source: eloquentdecadence, via artistjournals)

February 14th, 2014
Happy Lupercalia
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(WOLF by Arran Gregory)

Happy Lupercalia

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(WOLF by Arran Gregory)

(Source: rebhelart)

February 7th, 2014
neest:

by richard Tuschman

Pink Bedroom Window Seat. (inspired by Edward Hopper)  -V

neest:

by richard Tuschman

Pink Bedroom Window Seat. (inspired by Edward Hopper)

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January 24th, 2014
I’m a huge fan of Neil Winokur’s work and have had the pleasure of meeting him through Janet Borden, his gallerist and rep. It isn’t until you see the beauty of his images as objects (large format, brightly colored, and Cibachrome-shiny) that you remember the limitations of the internet as an art source. The work “Memorial Candles” is available for view at Janet Borden Inc in Soho, NYC. 

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(read a recent article on Winokur from MATTE)

I’m a huge fan of Neil Winokur’s work and have had the pleasure of meeting him through Janet Borden, his gallerist and rep. It isn’t until you see the beauty of his images as objects (large format, brightly colored, and Cibachrome-shiny) that you remember the limitations of the internet as an art source. The work “Memorial Candles” is available for view at Janet Borden Inc in Soho, NYC.

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(read a recent article on Winokur from MATTE)
January 20th, 2014
saatchionline:

bow Linda Marie Pattyn Orignal: $2,900

saatchionline:

bow
Linda Marie Pattyn
Orignal: $2,900

(Source: saatchiart, via teaoverthinker)

January 17th, 2014
Frost

annaharo:

bro ken trees by kenny barker on Flickr.
Frost

annaharo:

bro ken trees by kenny barker on Flickr.

January 15th, 2014
mdtoronto:

Madonna and child In Kensington Market, Toronto

mdtoronto:

Madonna and child In Kensington Market, Toronto

(via annaharo)

mindquirk:

Black Dancer by Davide Calluori

mindquirk:

Black Dancer by Davide Calluori

(via annaharo)

December 19th, 2013
November 9th, 2013
November 7th, 2013
mordmardok:

Fragment of ”The Greek Slave” by Hiram Powers (1805–1873)
Via http://nature-and-culture.tumblr.com

mordmardok:

Fragment of ”The Greek Slave” by Hiram Powers (1805–1873)

Via http://nature-and-culture.tumblr.com

November 3rd, 2013

By David Trumble

October 25th, 2013
By Hedi Xandt

By Hedi Xandt

 Art history students are taught a certain level of reverence for the works. Joking is frowned upon in many circles, yet anytime I give a tour of a museum or gallery to people who don’t “like art” I find that humor is the best way in. Showing people that art can be fun and that teasing is okay gives them entree into what many consider a rarified world. In that spirit… The great Marie Laveau is obviously wearing an IKEA tea towel on her head.
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(Painting by Frank Schneider)

cvilletochucktown:

Marie Laveau

Art history students are taught a certain level of reverence for the works. Joking is frowned upon in many circles, yet anytime I give a tour of a museum or gallery to people who don’t “like art” I find that humor is the best way in. Showing people that art can be fun and that teasing is okay gives them entree into what many consider a rarified world. In that spirit… The great Marie Laveau is obviously wearing an IKEA tea towel on her head.

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(Painting by Frank Schneider)

cvilletochucktown:

Marie Laveau