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Enjoying the great NYC spring weather is especially fun with my wonderfully inspiring corner-casement windows… Lets be friends on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
Reconstruction No. 113 – 1979 by American (born Greece) artist Lucas Samaras now on display at the MET. Stay Bohmerian cool via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
What a great DIY type wall art/treatment idea. Stay Bohmerian cool via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
A recent flea market purchase; I really love the unusual, molded plywood shape and tapered legs of this vintage post modern style dining chair.
A closeup of the 2011 Dale Chihuly blown glass “Lime Green Icicle Tower” at the MFA, Boston.
Found while on a short hike this week; the imperfect edges of these pheasant feathers make all its shades of brown and cream rather fun and cooliqe (cool + unique). Stay Bohmerian cool via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – … Continue reading
Painted on 21st Street – the first major NYC exhibit in over fifty years (thirty in general) of paintings by New York City baed abstract experssionst Helen Frankenthaler.
How cool is this reflective window at the Balenciaga shop (currently closed since Sandy) in NYC? If you know the technical term for this type of glass or plexi please let me know.
A Portrait of Self – 2013 My favorite thing to paint are portraits which capture less of the realistic shapes or forms but more of the character and personality of whomever they are meant to represent. The one above is … Continue reading
Japanese American artist and landscape artist Isamu Noguchi photographed working in his studio by American photographer Berenice Abbott, circa 1947. _ __ ___ __ _
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A valentines day inspired DIY window at Gracious Home on the Upper East Side. ___ Stay design inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
My dad and I are both Capricorns, and so last week when we both treated ourselves to an early birthday dinner, we of course ordered our favorite cake ever, seven layer cake… Happy Birthday Dad!
One of the things I miss most about living in Williamsburg is the abundance of random and easy to find inspiration. Although quickly evolving into one of Brooklyn’s most gentrified and expensive place to live, hand printed posters, and illegal … Continue reading
While shopping for vintage furniture in Hudson, NY last week, I stumbled (more like tripped) over this magnificent 1970’s Frank Stella screen-print which he made for the 100th year anniversary celebration of the NYC, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Since I … Continue reading
Munich based art director and photographer Nick Frank shoots these amazing photos of the back of an otherwise typical German shopping center. Does anyone know who designed this building? ___ Stay design inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS … Continue reading
Early this past summer, at the Pallazo Fortuny in Venice Italy, I finally experienced my first ever James Turrell. After learning so much about his work in school and having often used my non-experienced understanding of his work as inspiration … Continue reading
Happy New Years everyone! The photo above I took New Years 2011 but feel it very appropriate for the abstract mood I am feeling for this year (look closely and you will see that it is a circle of love). … Continue reading