Powerful 👁 New moon affirmation 🌑I welcome new beginnings with open arms. I am grateful for the limitless and overflowing source of my abundance 🌕Yes!!! .
l received a couple inquires to buy this painting, but for now I'm still learning from it! Fellow artists, does that ever happen to you?! It's one that I've worked away at for several years and I'm not ready to part with it. I'm working on a series of moon like paintings right now and we'll see where that goes. Happy New Moon! xo
Ralph White 🧡 @ralphwhiteart
Koi ~ The symphony of color and energetic brush work creates this effervescent koi pond. The intention of this painting is so that you may delight in all the colorful koi that cavort within your spirit.
36"x24" acrylic on canvas.
Hello!!!!! This is just a post to say thank you for 150 followers! Thank you all so much, this means so much to me. 150 people is such a big number and I just want you guys to know I promise to work hard for all you guys and for 2020. Thank you!
Guatemala. Isabella Springmühl Tejada es la primera diseñadora de modas con Síndrome de Down. A pesar de ser rechazada de la universidad por tener Síndrome de Down, Isabella consiguió entrar a una academia donde aprendió a hacer patrones y coser para así iniciar su propia marca. Para realizar sus diseños, ella utiliza textiles auténticos de Guatemala, además de trabajar de la mano con artistas indígenas guatemaltecos. En 2016 fue invitada a London Fashion Week como artista emergente para representar a su país. Sus diseños se han presentado en Roma, Londres, CDMX, Guadalajara, Puebla, Monterrey, Guatemala y Panamá. Puedes ver sus diseños en downtoxjabelle.com
Como la gota madrugadora que cuelga de la punta de una hoja, sujeta por un fino hilo cosido a la raíz. Como la ramita jóven que intenta no ser pisada en medio de un campo bañado por el sol. Como la pestaña que se desprende de mi párpado dejando un deseo al viento. Como el aleteo de esa paloma que lleva un mensaje al otro lado de la batalla. Hoy eres frágil, pero créeme, no tiene nada que ver con ser débil.
Like the early drop of water that hangs from the tip of a leaf, held by a fine thread sewn to the root. Like the young twig that tries not to be trodden in the middle of a sun-drenched field. Like the eyelash that comes off my eyelid leaving a wish to the wind. Like the flutter of that dove that carries a message on the other side of the battle. Today you are fragile, but believe me, it has nothing to do with being weak.
I want passion,I want someone who will kiss me like it’s the only thing keeping him alive ✨.
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One of the 25 new pieces that can be seen in my next solo show ‘North, Shetland’ at the stunning Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh from 7th February. Can’t tell you how many tubes of paint especially white as there’s plenty stormy pieces in this show! #inspiredbyshetland
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2020 marks the start of my fifth year full time with Pitch Pine. I found clay to be my calling in college, and after graduating I worked full time making ceramic reproductions for a museum. I made $12/hr and worked under the guidance of a master potter. I had always dreamed of someday having my own studio, but didn’t expect much beyond a spare room in my home.
My first studio wasn’t in a room at all. I worked on the back deck of our 400 sq foot apartment. All of my equipment had to be set up and broken down each time I wanted to work. With no roof over my “studio” in coastal New England I could only work seasonally. I fired with friends, I started small. Really really small.
Fast forward five years, three studios, and the addition of Matt in the mix, and I finally feel like I’m setting up the professional studio I’ve been dreaming of. For a long time, Matt and I made due with whatever we had. Because that is where you start. When you love what you’re doing, it isn’t about success, the fanciest tools, or insta fame. It’s about creating, learning, and challenging yourself.
To put things into perspective, I didn’t start selling my pots until I had six years of experience under my belt. We all start somewhere.
If you’re at the beginning of your journey, just remember that. Keep a clear head, learn all you can, and don’t make things just to sell things. Make because your heart doesn’t leave you any other option but to create something new✨