Moonlight Etchings of the Forgotten Artist who Taught Edward Hopper
Martin Lewis died in obscurity in 1962; a retired art teacher who had found some success in his early career, but was largely forgotten after the Great Depression took away the demand for his craft, leaving Lewis to spend his last three decades teaching other people how to etch. History chose Edward
A Swedish Art Collective Handcrafts 17,000 Unique Sculptures Signifying Refugee Youth at Risk of Deportation
Seventeen thousand unique sculptures are displayed in a new installation by Swedish artist collective Skaparkollektivet Forma. The group sought to draw attention to the individuality of 17,000 Afghan refugee youth whom the Swedish government plans to deport. The unaccompanied minors came to Sweden i
Bold Living 60: Frida on feet and wings - Tangerine Meg
Today, remembering kindreds who have taken the rainbow journey to spirit. Enjoy your new wings, beautiful souls. Stay close to your heart. Talk soon, Meg x o Share on FacebookShare on Twitter … Continue reading →
Welcome to my happy art world! - Tangerine Meg
Want to give an amazing friend some recognition? You can share this image here on Pinterest, or, for the next 10 days I have a bold art calendar giveaway at my blog. Go here to read more (before May the 4th 2018): http://tangerinemeg.com/2018/04/24/bold-soul-celebration-calendar-giveaway/
You know you're a bold soul when... - Tangerine Meg
You know you’re a bold soul when… You’re beyond youthful fear, over trying to fit in and be ‘beige’… Now you care less about societal demands and want to be you! It’s time to express yourself unapologetically and loudly! Freedom, beauty, … Continue reading →
Pace Gallery | Kiki Smith
Kiki Smith (American, b. 1954, Nuremberg, Germany) has been known since the 1980s for her multidisciplinary practice relating to the human condition and the natural world. She uses a broad variety of materials to continuously expand and evolve a b...
nappy | Beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown people
nappy is a website dedicated to providing free, beautiful, high-res photography of black and brown people to creatives, startups, brands, and agencies. nappy makes it easy for companies to be purposeful about representation in their designs, presentations, and advertisements.