An apt reminder as we all ask ourselves about our role as artists in light of current events. #inspirationforartists #paulklee
Some days the studio can be frustrating, and it helps to step outside yourself every once and a while. Maybe do something uncomfortable, or the opposite of what you normally would.
Thinking about the #reikawakubo show at the Met. The shapes and forms were so inspiring to see.
Women Artists and
Postwar Abstraction" closes August 13th. Was glad to catch it! 1) Shiela Hicks 2)Eva Hesse 3) Magdalena Abakanowicz 4) Carmen Herrera #inspirationforartists #abstraction #womenartists #shielahicks #carmenherrera #evahesse #magdalenaabakanowicz
Staying cool and getting inspired by catching some soon-to-close exhibitions. Here, Lygia Pape at the Met Breuer. #lygiapape
Some inspiration for your Sunday. #inspirationforartists #georgiaokeeffe
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Really amazing photographs of life in North Korea by Carl de Keyzer at the American University Museum in DC.
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