thisbeadifulworld:

Glass bead collection (sold)

thisbeadifulworld:

Glass bead collection (sold)

(via lesliemarsh)

"Do you know what I need? To escape into the mountains, surrounded by tall trees, I will lay on the moss, and breathe in the scent of mushrooms, flowers and wet soil."

— Le’echappee (via finedineonmyvegangenitalia)

(Source: quote-book, via artpropelled)

whitehotel:

Brooks Salzwedel, A.W. Faber no. 1 (trees) (2012)

whitehotel:

Brooks Salzwedel, A.W. Faber no. 1 (trees) (2012)

(via goodmemory)

things that hold mystery
(painted beach stone by lynne hoppe)
roxanne evans stout

things that hold mystery

(painted beach stone by lynne hoppe)

roxanne evans stout

petitpoulailler:

Hill street of village Bonaguil, France by © Peter Gutierrez via ysvoice
justanothermasterpiece:

Jane Cornwell.

justanothermasterpiece:

Jane Cornwell.

(via workman)

artpropelled:

aneleh:

When the woman you live with is an artist, 
every day is a surprise. 
Clare has turned the second bedroom into a wonder cabinet, 
full of small sculptures and drawings pinned up on every inch of wall space. 
There are coils of wire and rolls of paper tucked into shelves and drawers. 
The next day I come home to find that Clare 
has created a flock of paper and wire birds, 
which are hanging from the ceiling in the living room. 
A week later our bedroom windows are full of abstract blue translucent shapes 
that the sun throws across the room onto the walls, 
making a sky for the bird shapes Clare has painted there. 
It’s beautiful. 
he next evening I’m standing in the doorway of Clare’s studio, 
watching her finish drawing 
a thicket of black lines around a little red bird. 
Suddenly I see Clare, 
in her small room, 
closed in by all her stuff, 
and I realize that she’s trying to say something, 
and I know what I have to do.


~Audrey Niffengger, The Time Traveler’s Wife

Mixed media collage by Leslie Avon Miller

artpropelled:

aneleh:

When the woman you live with is an artist, 
every day is a surprise. 
Clare has turned the second bedroom into a wonder cabinet, 
full of small sculptures and drawings pinned up on every inch of wall space. 
There are coils of wire and rolls of paper tucked into shelves and drawers.

The next day I come home to find that Clare 

has created a flock of paper and wire birds, 
which are hanging from the ceiling in the living room. 
A week later our bedroom windows are full of abstract blue translucent shapes 
that the sun throws across the room onto the walls, 
making a sky for the bird shapes Clare has painted there. 

It’s beautiful.


he next evening I’m standing in the doorway of Clare’s studio, 

watching her finish drawing 
a thicket of black lines around a little red bird. 
Suddenly I see Clare, 
in her small room, 
closed in by all her stuff, 
and I realize that she’s trying to say something, 
and I know what I have to do.


~Audrey Niffengger, The Time Traveler’s Wife

Mixed media collage by Leslie Avon Miller

(via workman)