Title: Seated Cupid
Artist: Étienne-Maurice Falconet
Another fine example of magnificent talent from an #artist who no longer needs to eat. 😉 if you know a #livingartist whose online presence could use a boost, do them a solid: share their works for the world to see & don't forget to let them know we offer a selection of services for them to build the package to suit their marketing budget. #supportlivingartists share their works & you share the love.
buildings that at first glance could put you in cobble hill, the village, society hill, federal hill, nob hill, georgetown, capitol hill, notting hill even, but you pan up to the top and you are most certainly in boston
Acorn street, Beacon Hill in progress
Ok so tonight I faced one of my fears and did a Spotlight talk at @phoenix_brighton (Where I have a Studio )about my work practice, in front of a room full of people I knew & didn’t know ! It has been a challenge for me to say the least ! I was talking alongside @beckyblairartist who I have known since I was 19 ! Not only are we fellow artists, supporting each other , but luckily we are friends with very dear friends in common too! While thinking about my talk I discovered that I really am obsessed with water & all the blue colours... turquoise to deepest dark blue . Anyway one day the film of this talk will be published & you can watch it... if you so wish .. in the mean time - here’s Pells Pools ! One of my favourite places on the south coast & the oldest outdoor freshwater pool in the country! I’ve made a few paintings of it too ! It rocks 💙💚🙌thanks for your support if you were there tonight !
David Hockney's “California Art Collector", 1964 previously on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This piece takes on a somewhat surreal perspective. The art object content seems drab and out of place in this technicolor dreamland. Maybe the california art collector, collects art out of consumerist habit rather than a passion for the works themselves.