Well this week, we are gonna take a dive into something new! And knowing myself, this blog will definitely take a different direction each week! So be prepared! 🙂
Today, I want to simply share what I’ve been up to recently.
This is the piece I just finished, entitled ” In the Cycle of Rebirth There is Madness “.
I just submitted this piece to a show with a theme of ” Dreams and the Unconscious Mind “. I will give an update, if my work is accepted into the show!
I am inspired by many things. In the world that we all have found ourselves living in today, one of the things I have found the most inspiration in, is my study of art history!
If you have been following this blog you have seen the art and artists that I find interesting and inspiring. Most of the artists I have shared have long passed.
Here are just a few links to some living artists that inspire me.
- And lastly here is just a name of an artist who I love but does not have an instagram page that I know of. Nicola Samori
This week I also ventured out and visited one of my favorite places in my beloved Philadelphia, The Barnes Foundation!
I’ve been there several times and will eventually write a post just focusing on the permanent collection but today, I wanted to share a couple of photos from their current exhibit.
Marie Cuttoli: The Modern Thread from Miro to Man Ray.
Honestly, I didn’t think I would love this exhibit as much as I did! However, seeing these works in person was amazing and very inspirational! Lol, although now that I think about it, many of these pieces are right up my alley! This particular exhibit will be at the Barnes until August 23rd!
I truly wish my photos could convey how incredible this exhibit was!
Well, I think that’s all for now…
Oh ok, one last note! Here is a link to some music that I was listening to while writing this post. Please enjoy!
See you next time on #SlayInspireCreate!
Heifetz 2016: Beethoven. Cavatina from String Quartet No. 13 in B- flat, Op. 130. YouTube Channel: Heifetz International Music institute
Please stay tuned, there’s so much more to come, I anticipate! 😉