Why I love Where I live!
Some of my art is now for sale!
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It’s the first month of a new year! 2016 is here to stay so to speak! Here are a few of my current obsessions.
Of course the life and art of David Bowie are awe inspiring, but I’m a little in love with their love story. So sweet and so real.
Cats Being Jerks
I could watch these videos all day
These houses are amazing!
The timeless Julie Christy
and now at 71!! Still amazing!
I binged watched this show and I’m not embarrassed about it at all
Also currently obsessed with Fred Armisten, since he came out and sang with my other currently obsession, Blur at the Hollywood Bowl last week Of course he sang one of my favorite songs Park Life, only he changed it to fit the LA setting, calling it Echo Park Life! Seriously funny stuff!
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Jc0MjAexXow“>Painted cinderblock? Who knew it would look so chic?
Some things around the web that I am currently obsessed with!
Blast from the past!
The last few weeks I have been overwhelmed by looking at so many images of home wall galleries, that my head was about to explode. So many different theories and measuring instructions. Ideas like all black frames or large white mattes. Botanicals, animal themes, photographs. Gold frames with floral mattes. You get the idea.
I even started a whole Pinterest Board to inspire me. The problem was that no matter how beautiful the ‘designers galleries’ looked they were not something I could duplicate because my art was unique to me, which is the whole point exactly.
I tried and tried to work on a formula, when finally I threw caution to the wind, collected all my stuff and just basically threw it on the wall. I used my Design 101 Theory from college to try to work out a basically balanced look. And in doing so, I have…
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Still one of my favorite pieces of furniture! #barcart
Anyone who knows me, knows I am obsessed with bar carts. It’s well documented here and here. There is just something so versatile about them. They can be used as a serving cart in the dining room, or a coffee cart in the kitchen. And God knows I love a good vintage bar cart, so when I came across this little guy at the estate sale a few weeks ago, I KNEW I had to have it.
Granted it was a mess! It was dirty and so rusted out I thought I might have taken on too much. Thank goodness for vinegar and steel wool. Here’s a tip if you have rusted out stuff: just soak it in vinegar over night and use the steel wool to clean it off. The rust literally falls off!
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