my mind museum
Art that I love. Two posts a day, linked by theme, subject matter, color. There's an emphasis on fine art, especially painting, but I also feature graphic design, illustration, sculpture, fashion, and architecture as the mood strikes me.
my mind museum
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Regrets (2013). Jasper Johns.
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Hot. Edith Vonnegut.
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Sunblock. Edith Vonnegut.
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red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
red-lipstick:

Pedro Ruiz (b. 1957, Bogotá, Colombia)      Paintings: Acrylics, Resin on Canvas
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exhibition-ism:

The quiet and haunting work of Samantha Mash. 
exhibition-ism:

The quiet and haunting work of Samantha Mash. 
exhibition-ism:

The quiet and haunting work of Samantha Mash. 
exhibition-ism:

The quiet and haunting work of Samantha Mash. 
exhibition-ism:

The quiet and haunting work of Samantha Mash. 
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Morning Light (1904-05). André Derain.
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Poplars (Four Trees) (1891). Claude Monet.
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Bandaged Hands (Muhammad Ali) (1966). Gordon Parks.
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Georgia O’Keeffe (1918). Alfred Stieglitz.
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The Melancholy of Departure (1914). Giorgio di Chirico.