melody maybe

tuesday malbec sketch

oops forgot i have to be at work at 9am

kwokwerks:

"Anything But Free", gouache & watercolor on paper, 22" x 30", 2014
Ryan Thayer Davis

Whoooo wee can’t wait to see all these bad boys.

kwokwerks:

"Anything But Free", gouache & watercolor on paper, 22" x 30", 2014

Ryan Thayer Davis

Whoooo wee can’t wait to see all these bad boys.

The break necessitated and now accepted. To music and drawing.

ART BLOG ART BLOG: Shane Tolbert

shanetolbert:

Thanks Joshua for sharing recent work!

jflauda:

Jean-François Lauda, d1, oil on canvas, 48x60in, 2014

jflauda:

Jean-François Lauda, d1, oil on canvas, 48x60in, 2014

(Source: etsy.com, via resetagain)

I paid my bills and cleaned the house holy hell I feel better where is the wine.

"Why am I a human being, with all the torments this extremely vague and horribly responsible condition entails? Why am I not, for example, the happy wardrobe in your room, which has you in full view whenever you’re sitting in your chair or at your desk or when you’re lying down or sleeping? Why am I not that?"

Franz Kafka, Letters to Milena (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

(via theassemblagepoint)

David Foster Wallace was right: Irony is ruining our culture - Salon.com

elizabethannlopez:

"One of his central artistic projects remains a vital question for artists today: How does art progress from irony and cynicism to something sincere and redeeming?"

APRIL IN PICTURES

jordiwendy:

arthapsny:

Michel Majerus at Matthew Marks Gallery. On view through April 19, 2014. See more images here.

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Nice

http://blog.lib.umn.edu/sbielak/bielak_mirror%20museum/Bielak%20Mirror%20Museum/Molly%20Zucherman-Hartung%20The%2095%20Theses%20on%20Painting.pdf

http://faculty.uml.edu/rinnis/cezannedoubt.pdf

http://lgdata.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/docs/2078/412463/Leo_Steinberg_-_Contemporary_Art_and_the_Plight_of_Its_Public.pdf

http://www.corner-college.com/udb/cproVozeFxParagraphs_on_Conceptual_Art._Sol_leWitt.pdf

Stop thinking.

luck-luck:

Mary Heilmann

luck-luck:

Mary Heilmann

A terrible day turned into an amazing one. Thank you artists.

worldcat:

Think about your relationship to human beings who haven’t been born yet. What might you create for them to use? How can you make your life a gift to the future? Can you not only help preserve the wonders we live amidst, but actually enhance them? Keep in mind this thought from Lewis Carroll: “It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backward.”