coreena:

my new livingroom/new floral painting I made today

For those who have asked: I am going to be making larger scale paintings like this one that will be for sale, just figuring out pricing/time!

crowcrow:

 Ice coldbaby, I told you, I’m ice cold

<3__<3

lacrisalideinversa:

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Spotted Eyes Planter // $50

new apartment (floral hall art, by me!)

saatchiart:

Artist of the Day | Natalia RomanSee more works

saatchiart:

Artist of the Day | Natalia Roman
See more works

red-lipstick:

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010          Paintings

red-lipstick:

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010          Paintings

the face of a girl who is done moving/unpacking and cleaning!

the face of a girl who is done moving/unpacking and cleaning!


Yaya Deng

Yaya Deng

mama-noir:

ANDY REMENTER.

mama-noir:

ANDY REMENTER.

afirethorn:

Currently reading a book of antique quilt patterns &amp; stories. The quilt on the right is from Indiana around 1850. Almost all of the quilts in this book are marked with maker as “unknown”, because, you know, the historical devaluing of women’s work/labor/art as “domestic craft”. Imagine the woman who made this quilt. What her life was like, what her heart wanted. Did she find this quilt hard to make? Where did she get the fabric? How did she arrive at her colour choices? How long did it take her to finish this piece? What would it have meant to her, to see people 150 years later, admiring her work in a fine, big, glossy book?

afirethorn:

Currently reading a book of antique quilt patterns & stories. The quilt on the right is from Indiana around 1850. Almost all of the quilts in this book are marked with maker as “unknown”, because, you know, the historical devaluing of women’s work/labor/art as “domestic craft”. Imagine the woman who made this quilt. What her life was like, what her heart wanted. Did she find this quilt hard to make? Where did she get the fabric? How did she arrive at her colour choices? How long did it take her to finish this piece? What would it have meant to her, to see people 150 years later, admiring her work in a fine, big, glossy book?