New York

Art Show in New York

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Day 1: Airport selfie after zero hours of sleep, super excited to get  out of LA!

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Natasha’s home was super cute and decorated just the way I’d expect her to : punchy colors with interesting antiques..

cutesy patterns to show off a bit of her girly side. Loved it.

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My Style: Bedrooms

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In my free time, I LOVE looking at websites in search of amazing rooms. Interior Design makes me happy and fuzzy inside, so I thought I’d share with you my favorite bedrooms. Which one is your favorite?

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This Week

 

A sketch I started the other night– got some details to finish..

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Kobe!

My man’s birthday was the 11th and he definitely had himself a good time..

Cake fight!

 

I cooked dinner for the fam and thankfully pulled it off! Jordan gave me an A+. Thanks to the help of my 12 year old niece as my little elf. Couldn’t have done it without her!

 

This is part of a drawing I’m working on called ‘God of Dreams’- hope to be done one day!

 

Got my puppy Luna a new collar – 5 bucks and its glow in the dark – score!

 

A pigeon I started in New York City.

 

 

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Quick Trip to New York

Last night I got home from a few days stay in New York– the second city I love most in the world- and actually wished I could have stayed longer. The weather was perfect. No humidity, a little breeze.. perfect

The MoMA was awesome as always . Got to see the work of Picasso, Dali, Monet… My favorite pieces that stuck out to me were those of the Quay Brothers. I have never even heard of them , yet they have been in the art world for quite some time. They have a similar feel as the Czech artist Jan Švankmajer, and Tim Burton mixed together. Their work is Creepy, and I say that with the utmost respect and admiration. I love creepy. Check out Street of Crocodiles on Youtube to watch their work. They even directed an animated sequence in the film Frida  (see video above)

Other great artists I saw:

 

Alberto Giacometti

George Grosz

Rene Magritte

Otto Dix

These artists are brilliant. Check them out online and see for yourself.

Cheers!