This is a very art-filled Things I Love Thursday, which I suppose is appropriate.
would love to have this kind of studio organization // a galaxy quilt // Katrin Coetzer's work // painting by Ashley Goldberg // really wish I could visit the new Little Paper Planes brick and mortar // carved acrylic by Sophia Collier // love this pattern // Pakayla Biehn's painted double exposure series
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I thought it would be a shame to throw out those dying flowers once my classes were done drawing them, so I hung them in my office to dry and now they hang on my living room wall. Since the semester has ended, I have been an absolute lunatic in the studio. I'm talking 12-15 hour work days, trying to get as much as possible accomplished before I start teaching summer classes. While I work, Netflix plays in the background. I was on a documentary kick last week. I've learned so much about the universe, the dark ages, ancient Alexandria, ancient Egypt, and the history of the British monarchy : ) I must have been all documentary-ed out, because this week I've moved on to Murder, She Wrote. I've already finished season 1. It's going to be difficult to break this work til 2 in the morning habit once classes start back up. I'm much more of a night owl than a morning person.
lightlace hanging light // hexagon cluster necklace // hand painted clutch (by Kate Roebuck who I posted about yesterday) // tipi pillow // noir semi circle and brass triangle necklace // mint and brass necklace // gold and pistachio notebook // arctic wreath dinner napkin set // zodiac necklace (aries pictured, because, well, I'm an aries)
There are many times I stumble across celebrity inspired artwork online (particularly on Etsy) that I find interesting for one reason or another, so I thought I would start sharing those here. First up: these pastel and colored pencil Stevie Nicks inspired prints by Johanna Pieterman, available at Catbird.
incentive for beginning this series: Poppytalk