Monthly Archives: December 2020
📸👗🥻 👠👡👒 HI DARLINGS! AS YOU KNOW TALKING ABOUT CECIL BEATON ALWAYS MEANS TO DISCOVER SOMETHING SUBLIME IN ART AND FASHION.
A nice figure drawing session on Sunday afternoon with multiple costume changes. The theme was Cecil Beaton which rang a bell in my head and caused me to open a sketchbook from 2012. I found two sketches I did of a couple of his works while in the Museum of the City of New York.
Daler Rowney Cachet sketchbook, Pilot Parallel pens.
Book page, Zebra & Pitt brush pens, white Molotow Acrylic Paint Marker.
🙆 SO TRUE LOVELIES. A HEADDRESS CAN BE A CHARMING TOUCH.
☆☆☆ Haiku ☆☆☆
Innocent eyes shine
Pure soul knows true happiness
Eternal angel’s blessing
Hi ! My dear wonderful followers and visitors ! Thanks always.
I’m fine but I feel a little overwork recently.
I take several weeks holiday.
This time I contribute old pastel art and new haiku.
These drawings are based on the work of P. Sato, an artist I respect.
My dear friends.
Thanks for your kindness and friendship.
I hope you stay safe and healthy always.
Glorious angels pray your peace and happiness.
Have a beautiful week !
🐴🐎🐴🐎🐴 HI DEARS, I LOVE HORSES AND TEXTILE WORKS TOO. ENJOY!
Museum Musings: Asian Civilisations Museum Wins Best Design Exhibition At 2019 Global Fine Art Awards
👜🏦 WELL SISTERS, IT’S TIME TO GO TO THE MUSEUM.
The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) was awarded the Global Fine Art Awards’ (GFAA) Best Design Exhibition, for its first fashion-focused exhibition, Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture. The exquisite showcase, which spotlighted art through couture in a juxtaposition of masterpieces created centuries apart, emerged on top against internationally renowned institutions, with Denver Art Museum and the Dallas Museum of Art’s Dior: From Paris to the World (USA) attaining an Honorable Mention in the same category. Other notable institutions in the running included the Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), and Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum (Spain).
Held in New York, the GFAA is the first annual award to recognise the world’s best curated art and design exhibitions and installations, and honours innovation and excellence in exhibition design, historical context, educational value and public appeal. This sixth edition saw exhibitions nominated across six continents, 27 countries and 74 cities. The Asian Civilisations Museum…
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🧵👥 💕 SO TRUE DARLINGS! SOMETIMES SEWING MEANS SKETCHING IN OUR MIND. THE MEETING IS A TOPIC SO SUITABLE FOR THESE SPECIAL DAYS.
I finished this wool felt wall hanging this week. I worked on it slowly over a month and a half or two months and it was a struggle at times. I sewed and resewed after ripping out stitches that I felt could be improved. I went through many emotions while working that are sometimes part of the process of making art. These included despair as well as enjoyment. Thankfully, I saw the appliqué through to completion and am ready to move on to further work.
🎸 📸 WELL SUGARS! TODAY WE’VE GOT FUNNY SKETCHES, MORE FASHION, GORGEOUS PHOTOGRAPHS AND A BIT OF GOOD ROCK & ROLL.
It was a very serious situation!
The moment Rene Rosso felt Rebecca Budd’s estranged & frantic energy, she instinctively morphed into Princess Blue Holly.
Princess Blue Holly looked into her Tangle-Heart. The signal was weak.
Her Tangle-Heart managed to connect via the moon to a magic orb from Dale’s Peach tree.
It led Blue Holly to a wind farm outside of Chicago. It was here she found the Art Gowns Models planted firmly into the good earth.
She also found the tornado that had captured them. It was Etamilc Egnahc. Poor thing had once been Blue Holly’s friend; a gentle, soothing summer breeze. Then climate change turned her into a PBH nemesis.
“Blue Holly, welcome to my Art Gowns Models Plantation! Seems whenever the Art Gowns Models are in jeopardy, you come to the rescue. Well, you’re too late! They’re already growing roots, and once they go to seed…
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🎨🧶🧵 WELL BEAUTIES, SINCE EXISTS THE PAINTING ON CANVAS, ART AND TEXTILE MOUNTINGS ARE SIBLINGS.
The Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, is a great way to spend a rainy day with visiting family!
On display were arpilleras — textiles sewn by the women of MEMCh (Movement for the Emancipation of the Chilean Woman) to protest the 17-year-long fascist regime of Agosto Pinochet. The dictator seized control of Chile with the backing of United States President Nixon in 1973 and further support of later U.S. President Bush’s family. (More about the exhibition here)…
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