Some recent conceptual watercolor paintings from my solo art exhibit “Under Pressure” at YOHO studios a few weeks ago… See more of my recent artwork on instagram > @deermoses. ___ Happy Memorial Day weekend!
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Some of what I have been working on since my transition from acrylics to oils.
The Lion – 1976 by American sculptor Alexander Calder for auction at Phillips.
Experincing James Turrell at the Guggenheim. _ __ ___ __ _
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
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.
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
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
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
As you all know, moving can be quite exhausting, and so when this glove came floating down in front of me while taking some things over to my Hall street Brooklyn studio, I felt it was telling my to take … Continue reading
Scholar’s Rock vase 08 – 2012 by Brooklyn based American artist and sculptor Julia Kunin. $1,500 at Moss NYC. __ Made at a 2011 workshop in Hungary, Julia Kunin glazed this collection in the historic Zsolany Eosin glaze developed in … Continue reading
This weeks window display at Emilio Pucci on Madison Avenue in NYC. How flirtatious and fun are these window displays? Have a great pre-holiday weekend everyone. ___ Stay design inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr … Continue reading
Please credit responsibly! All photos by hedgegallery.com. ___ Beginning this month at the NYC Jason Jacques Gallery, see some of these and other amazing modern sculptural stoneware works by Danish ceramicist and artist Morten Løbner Espersen. Show runs from Oct … Continue reading
bodies / shape / form / color Just some of what I have been inspired by and working on lately… ___ Stay inspired via: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
Super chic, and super fun; super blinged out head sculptures, designed by chic meets hip, LA based, interior, and fashion designer Kelly Wearstler. $5,600 at Kelly’s LA shop and at Bergdorf Goodman’s in NYC. For more info call: 323.895.7880 ___ … Continue reading
Some abstract photos I took today of , So. Cal, a 2010 florescent light sculpture by American installation artist Robert Irwin on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. Follow me on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – … Continue reading
Woodblock relief prints by Hartford Connecticut based America artist and sculptor Bryan Nash. Buy his book “Woodcut” here. ___ Follow me on: Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr
On display until June 16, 2012; Paul Kasmin gallery is showing some of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne’s amazing and extremely rare furniture pieces. You may have already seen one of their amazing crocodile desks in the NYC, Madison avenue, Tom … Continue reading
__ Genius, the esteemed title of a master artist, once reflected by his gracious strokes of realistic perfection, but now, no longer desired, rather uncared for, instead, replaced by his and her expressions of honesty, gestures of vulnerability; art today, … Continue reading