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Skid Row: San Julian Park
2018
Oil on Panel
9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm)
This is the thick of it. Homeless people (mostly black) in droves, the stench of piss, drug dealers selling dope on the corner, and a social services office right across the street. If you're ever feeling ungrateful about your life, grab a lawn chair and go sit on skid row for a few hours. Then ask yourself how bad you really have it.  While painting this, I got to talk to a lot of folks who were passing by.  One sat down next to me and talked to invisible people. Others were workers in the area. And a lot of homeless peeps gave me props. San Julian Park shows a highlight of beauty and sense of community established in the worst conditions. It solidifies the notion that social relationships are absolutely necessary for human survival.
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**All paintings done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.**
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#pleinair #pleinairpainting #allaprima #la #lascandal #oilpaint #oilpainting #skidrow #losangeles #tentcity #homeless #finearts #outdoorpainting #dtla #cityscapes #urbancamping #usbanktower #poverty #dtlaartsdistrict #dtlalife #artsdistrictla #williamsburgoils #citypainting #peinturealhuile #olieverf #живописьмаслом #americanartist #controversial #impressionist #impressionism
Skid Row: San Julian Park 2018 Oil on Panel 9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm) This is the thick of it. Homeless people (mostly black) in droves, the stench of piss, drug dealers selling dope on the corner, and a social services office right across the street. If you're ever feeling ungrateful about your life, grab a lawn chair and go sit on skid row for a few hours. Then ask yourself how bad you really have it. While painting this, I got to talk to a lot of folks who were passing by. One sat down next to me and talked to invisible people. Others were workers in the area. And a lot of homeless peeps gave me props. San Julian Park shows a highlight of beauty and sense of community established in the worst conditions. It solidifies the notion that social relationships are absolutely necessary for human survival. . **All paintings done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.** . . . #pleinair  #pleinairpainting  #allaprima  #la  #lascandal  #oilpaint  #oilpainting  #skidrow  #losangeles  #tentcity  #homeless  #finearts  #outdoorpainting  #dtla  #cityscapes  #urbancamping  #usbanktower  #poverty  #dtlaartsdistrict  #dtlalife  #artsdistrictla  #williamsburgoils  #citypainting  #peinturealhuile  #olieverf  #живописьмаслом  #americanartist  #controversial  #impressionist  #impressionism 
Skid Row: San Pedro & 7th
2018
Oil on Panel
9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm)
Skid Row is located right next to the up-and-coming Downtown LA. A booming metropolitan and financial area with notable gastronomy and nightlife. Cross Main St, and you enter ground zero for America's largest homeless population. In the background is the iconic US bank tower seen in every skyline shot of LA. The foreground painted here is the tent city which looms merely 10 blocks away; a perspective of the building not shown in the hollywood movies.
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**All paintings were done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.**
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#pleinair #pleinairpainting #allaprima #la #lascandal #oilpaint #oilpainting #skidrow #losangeles #tentcity #homeless #finearts #outdoorpainting #dtla #cityscapes #urbancamping #usbanktower #poverty #dtlaartsdistrict #dtlalife #artsdistrictla #williamsburgoils #citypainting #peinturealhuile #olieverf #живописьмаслом #americanartist #controversial #impressionist #impressionism
Skid Row: San Pedro & 7th 2018 Oil on Panel 9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm) Skid Row is located right next to the up-and-coming Downtown LA. A booming metropolitan and financial area with notable gastronomy and nightlife. Cross Main St, and you enter ground zero for America's largest homeless population. In the background is the iconic US bank tower seen in every skyline shot of LA. The foreground painted here is the tent city which looms merely 10 blocks away; a perspective of the building not shown in the hollywood movies. . **All paintings were done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.** . . . #pleinair  #pleinairpainting  #allaprima  #la  #lascandal  #oilpaint  #oilpainting  #skidrow  #losangeles  #tentcity  #homeless  #finearts  #outdoorpainting  #dtla  #cityscapes  #urbancamping  #usbanktower  #poverty  #dtlaartsdistrict  #dtlalife  #artsdistrictla  #williamsburgoils  #citypainting  #peinturealhuile  #olieverf  #живописьмаслом  #americanartist  #controversial  #impressionist  #impressionism 
The Four Times of Day, about 1858. 
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot 
In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau.
The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy.
In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth.
In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path.
In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat.
In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside

Location: The National Gallery, London 
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The Four Times of Day, about 1858. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau. The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy. In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth. In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path. In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat. In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside Location: The National Gallery, London #arte  #artwork  #art  #drawing  #artist  #impressionism  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #impressionist  #landscape  #camillecorot  #illustration  #impressionismo  #19thcenturyArt  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #kunst  #oilpainting  #artgallery  #corot  #artofinstegram  #kunstwerk  #inspiring_possibly  #kunstner  #london  #BarbizonSchool  #TheNationalGallery  #NationalGallery 
The Four Times of Day, about 1858. 
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot 
In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau.
The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy.
In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth.
In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path.
In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat.
In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside

Location: The National Gallery, London 
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The Four Times of Day, about 1858. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau. The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy. In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth. In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path. In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat. In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside Location: The National Gallery, London #arte  #artwork  #art  #drawing  #artist  #impressionism  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #impressionist  #landscape  #camillecorot  #illustration  #impressionismo  #19thcenturyArt  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #kunst  #oilpainting  #artgallery  #corot  #artofinstegram  #kunstwerk  #inspiring_possibly  #kunstner  #london  #BarbizonSchool  #TheNationalGallery  #NationalGallery 
The Four Times of Day, about 1858. 
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot 
In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau.
The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy.
In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth.
In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path.
In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat.
In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside

Location: The National Gallery, London 
#arte #artwork #art #drawing  #artist #impressionism  #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #impressionist #landscape  #camillecorot  #illustration  #impressionismo #19thcenturyArt  #amazingart #masterpiece #kunst  #oilpainting #artgallery #corot #artofinstegram #kunstwerk  #inspiring_possibly #kunstner #london  #BarbizonSchool  #TheNationalGallery #NationalGallery
The Four Times of Day, about 1858. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau. The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy. In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth. In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path. In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat. In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside Location: The National Gallery, London #arte  #artwork  #art  #drawing  #artist  #impressionism  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #impressionist  #landscape  #camillecorot  #illustration  #impressionismo  #19thcenturyArt  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #kunst  #oilpainting  #artgallery  #corot  #artofinstegram  #kunstwerk  #inspiring_possibly  #kunstner  #london  #BarbizonSchool  #TheNationalGallery  #NationalGallery 
Skid Row: Toy District
2018
Oil on Panel
9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm)
This area is where toys and other goods are sold wholesale. Lots of Hispanic run warehouses where retail sellers shop. Foot traffic is very heavy. There aren't many homeless encampments as store owners keep them away. There are definitely unwritten rules about where the homeless can and can't set up in Skid Row. This is also adjacent to Indian Alley, a former stretch that housed Native Americans from the 70s to the 90s.
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**All paintings done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.**
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#pleinair #pleinairpainting #allaprima #la #lascandal #oilpaint #oilpainting #skidrow #losangeles #tentcity #homeless #finearts #outdoorpainting #dtla #cityscapes #urbancamping #usbanktower #poverty #dtlaartsdistrict #dtlalife #artsdistrictla #williamsburgoils #citypainting #peinturealhuile #olieverf #живописьмаслом #americanartist #controversial #impressionist #impressionism
Skid Row: Toy District 2018 Oil on Panel 9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm) This area is where toys and other goods are sold wholesale. Lots of Hispanic run warehouses where retail sellers shop. Foot traffic is very heavy. There aren't many homeless encampments as store owners keep them away. There are definitely unwritten rules about where the homeless can and can't set up in Skid Row. This is also adjacent to Indian Alley, a former stretch that housed Native Americans from the 70s to the 90s. . **All paintings done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.** . . . #pleinair  #pleinairpainting  #allaprima  #la  #lascandal  #oilpaint  #oilpainting  #skidrow  #losangeles  #tentcity  #homeless  #finearts  #outdoorpainting  #dtla  #cityscapes  #urbancamping  #usbanktower  #poverty  #dtlaartsdistrict  #dtlalife  #artsdistrictla  #williamsburgoils  #citypainting  #peinturealhuile  #olieverf  #живописьмаслом  #americanartist  #controversial  #impressionist  #impressionism 
The Four Times of Day, about 1858. 
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot 
In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau.
The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy.
In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth.
In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path.
In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat.
In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside

Location: The National Gallery, London 
#arte #artwork #art #drawing  #artist #impressionism  #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #impressionist #landscape  #camillecorot  #illustration  #impressionismo #19thcenturyArt  #amazingart #masterpiece #kunst  #oilpainting #artgallery #corot #artofinstegram #kunstwerk  #inspiring_possibly #kunstner #london  #BarbizonSchool  #TheNationalGallery #NationalGallery
The Four Times of Day, about 1858. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot In around 1858, Corot was commissioned by his friend and fellow artist Alexandre Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860) to paint these panels for the studio of his house in the Rue de France in Fontainebleau. The panels, depicting four different landscapes, framed on either side by tall graceful trees, trace the day’s progress from glowing dawn to starry night. They are without narrative; the figures that appear in each panel illustrate man’s place in nature in what are meditative evocations of the beauty of the landscape. They are composed from memories or sketches of real landscapes, including, as in much of Corot’s late work, the landscape and light of Italy. In Morning, the sky fades from the intense orange glow of the rising sun to a pale blue. A figure on the right in a red hat holds a stick in one hand, and raises the other to the tree trunk in an attitude typical of so many of the artist’s figures, perhaps intended as an echo of reaching branches. He is conjured up out of a few fluid strokes and his features are not delineated. At the centre are two goats, barely visible against the undergrowth. In Noon, a figure in a red hat in the foreground rests his foot on a rock to adjust his laces, and further back, a couple walks along the path. In Evening, two women in the boat, one sitting, the other standing, and carrying what is probably a mandolin evoke an 18th-century 'fête champêtre'. On the bank, a mysterious monk-like figure turns away from the boat. In Night, a figure in a red cap, his dog at his side, makes his way homewards down the path, his head bowed. The dark blue sky is dotted with white, and the moon shines out over the topmost house of the Italianate village which clings to the hillside Location: The National Gallery, London #arte  #artwork  #art  #drawing  #artist  #impressionism  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #impressionist  #landscape  #camillecorot  #illustration  #impressionismo  #19thcenturyArt  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #kunst  #oilpainting  #artgallery  #corot  #artofinstegram  #kunstwerk  #inspiring_possibly  #kunstner  #london  #BarbizonSchool  #TheNationalGallery  #NationalGallery 
Skid Row: 7th and Maple
2018
Oil on Panel 
9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm)
My first plein air painting ever. Down on the corner of 7th and Maple St. The building with the good ol' American flag is a café that has a food program for the homeless. I had some help from a homeless guy who helped direct me as the initial painting was so bad I almost threw it out and gave up. Thank you kind sir. .
**All paintings done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.**
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#pleinair #pleinairpainting #allaprima #la #lascandal #oilpaint #oilpainting #skidrow #losangeles #tentcity #homeless #finearts #outdoorpainting #dtla #cityscapes #urbancamping #usbanktower #poverty #dtlaartsdistrict #dtlalife #artsdistrictla #williamsburgoils #citypainting #peinturealhuile #olieverf #живописьмаслом #americanartist #controversial #impressionist #impressionism
Skid Row: 7th and Maple 2018 Oil on Panel 9" x 14" (22.86 x 35.56cm) My first plein air painting ever. Down on the corner of 7th and Maple St. The building with the good ol' American flag is a café that has a food program for the homeless. I had some help from a homeless guy who helped direct me as the initial painting was so bad I almost threw it out and gave up. Thank you kind sir. . **All paintings done on-site amongst the homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted people of Skid Row; who were from my experience, very friendly and supportive of my art project.** . . . #pleinair  #pleinairpainting  #allaprima  #la  #lascandal  #oilpaint  #oilpainting  #skidrow  #losangeles  #tentcity  #homeless  #finearts  #outdoorpainting  #dtla  #cityscapes  #urbancamping  #usbanktower  #poverty  #dtlaartsdistrict  #dtlalife  #artsdistrictla  #williamsburgoils  #citypainting  #peinturealhuile  #olieverf  #живописьмаслом  #americanartist  #controversial  #impressionist  #impressionism 
Painting out in Union Square Park today. One photo of me in the process and another of the finished product. #jerrysartarama #drawingnewyork #pleinairpainting #pleinair #unionsquare #unionsquarepark #landscapepainting #newyorkartist #oilonpanel #georgewashington #art #artcollectors #painting #oilpainting #classicalpainting #impressionist #downtownnyc
I know this is a picture of a custom surfboard but I'm going to use it as a platform for poetry right now.
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 I want to calmly ride these waves. I want to dive into cold water and hear the near silence, muffled sloshing and bubbles rushing around me. Flames in my heart stoked by strong, forceful, chilling winds. I want to hold you tight, so tight, know that I care, that you're safe. not too tight though, not gonna pull you into the under tow. The RIP current. But I can swim, I'm a strong swimmer, I can do this. Just float.  It's just feel like my face in my hands are on fire, as flashes of images or visions flood my mind. I dont want to see this. It makes me want to hurt the people that have hurt you. It makes me want to hurt the people that have hurt me. It makes me hate humans. But it's like leaning into my own sword... self inflicted wounds. Like beating myself. That's when I feel like a werewolf or a monster or the Hulk. Like I shift into a blur. I will sit with this though... like static running over my skin, don't push it away. Get to know your power, let it rise but dont let yourself become consmed by the shade. Love surrounds me.. thank you so much. I will take that tenderness into myself and surrender. I won't wear my old serpent skin, I shed these things today, I will be a gliding ebony snake, new skin, only present. Transmute. This pain and lost blood is only for equivalent exchange.. so you may receive true beauty and love within yourself and from others.
I know this is a picture of a custom surfboard but I'm going to use it as a platform for poetry right now. . I want to calmly ride these waves. I want to dive into cold water and hear the near silence, muffled sloshing and bubbles rushing around me. Flames in my heart stoked by strong, forceful, chilling winds. I want to hold you tight, so tight, know that I care, that you're safe. not too tight though, not gonna pull you into the under tow. The RIP current. But I can swim, I'm a strong swimmer, I can do this. Just float. It's just feel like my face in my hands are on fire, as flashes of images or visions flood my mind. I dont want to see this. It makes me want to hurt the people that have hurt you. It makes me want to hurt the people that have hurt me. It makes me hate humans. But it's like leaning into my own sword... self inflicted wounds. Like beating myself. That's when I feel like a werewolf or a monster or the Hulk. Like I shift into a blur. I will sit with this though... like static running over my skin, don't push it away. Get to know your power, let it rise but dont let yourself become consmed by the shade. Love surrounds me.. thank you so much. I will take that tenderness into myself and surrender. I won't wear my old serpent skin, I shed these things today, I will be a gliding ebony snake, new skin, only present. Transmute. This pain and lost blood is only for equivalent exchange.. so you may receive true beauty and love within yourself and from others.
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•FOR SALE: $38
•Happiness, Picked
•Oil on canvas
•11” x 14”
{ #oil #painting #oilpaint #impasto #vase #vibrant #impressionism #oilpainting #impressionist #nature #bouquet #stems #stem #plant #vangogh #vincentvangogh #petals  #rainbow #emilielabreyereart #emilielabreyere #floral #flowers }
Cezanne #selfportrait dressed in his painter’s jacket and🧣 against a rose background. 🌺 Did you know? In the early 1870s Cezanne began working closely with impressionist painter Camille Pissarro whose bright palette and broken brushwork influenced his technique. #cezanne #scarfsinart #museedorsay #impressionism #impressionist #365scarfdays #scarf #scarfs #artlover #frenchpainter #greatartist #scarves #funfacts #scarfaddict #scarflove #lovescarfs #sparkjoy #arthistory #painters #painterslife #foulard #shawls #artfashion #fashionblogging #sparkjoy #foulard #loveart #pissarro #paulcezanne #nga
Cezanne #selfportrait  dressed in his painter’s jacket and🧣 against a rose background. 🌺 Did you know? In the early 1870s Cezanne began working closely with impressionist painter Camille Pissarro whose bright palette and broken brushwork influenced his technique. #cezanne  #scarfsinart  #museedorsay  #impressionism  #impressionist  #365scarfdays  #scarf  #scarfs  #artlover  #frenchpainter  #greatartist  #scarves  #funfacts  #scarfaddict  #scarflove  #lovescarfs  #sparkjoy  #arthistory  #painters  #painterslife  #foulard  #shawls  #artfashion  #fashionblogging  #sparkjoy  #foulard  #loveart  #pissarro  #paulcezanne  #nga 
This Sunday's #bookblast honors French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte. Did you think on a wonderful day like this I would not name a French Artist 🤔💭🇫🇷⚽ 🏆...The late great Art Historian Kirk Varnedoe's essay is enlightening with his honest and at times critical review of the artist. Truly an amazing read.  I'm grateful to call Kirk's brother Gordon my godfather. Miss you batman, hey people to see you soon. Enjoy 🤓📖
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#artbooks #bookstagram #kirkvarnedoe #moma #yale #press #art #artandculture #reading #painting #impressionism #impressionist #frenchimpressionism #french #france #gustavecaillebotte #paris #parisian #19thcentury #painter #artist @themuseumofmodernart @museeorsay #museedorsay #greatartist @artbook @artbookreview @art_books_  #artbookcollection #collection #artcollection #bookcollectors #artcollectors @book_collectors_corner @thebook.collector
This Sunday's #bookblast  honors French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte. Did you think on a wonderful day like this I would not name a French Artist 🤔💭🇫🇷⚽ 🏆...The late great Art Historian Kirk Varnedoe's essay is enlightening with his honest and at times critical review of the artist. Truly an amazing read. I'm grateful to call Kirk's brother Gordon my godfather. Miss you batman, hey people to see you soon. Enjoy 🤓📖 . . . . #artbooks  #bookstagram  #kirkvarnedoe  #moma  #yale  #press  #art  #artandculture  #reading  #painting  #impressionism  #impressionist  #frenchimpressionism  #french  #france  #gustavecaillebotte  #paris  #parisian  #19thcentury  #painter  #artist  @themuseumofmodernart @museeorsay #museedorsay  #greatartist  @artbook @artbookreview @art_books_ #artbookcollection  #collection  #artcollection  #bookcollectors  #artcollectors  @book_collectors_corner @thebook.collector
Forest Trail

This piece was made for one of my dear friends who is giving it as a baby gift to her sister! We decided to make the colors bright and playful, and I looked through some of the impressionist books in my classroom for mark making methods from Cezanne and Van Gogh. I also was inspired by the metaphor of a path the Bible talks about. “He renews my strength.
He guides me along right paths,
Bringing honor to His name.”
Psalm 23:3
Forest Trail This piece was made for one of my dear friends who is giving it as a baby gift to her sister! We decided to make the colors bright and playful, and I looked through some of the impressionist books in my classroom for mark making methods from Cezanne and Van Gogh. I also was inspired by the metaphor of a path the Bible talks about. “He renews my strength. He guides me along right paths, Bringing honor to His name.” Psalm 23:3
#Tom Holland #art #instart #workart #artist #painting #color #free art #impressionist #multicolor #pop art #drapping #paint #draw #likeforlike #followforfollow #love # it's enough 😊 😈 😛 ❤
InProcess Redacted Photography™ "July Installation" ©2018
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So I've been busy creating and didn't get to update you...but I beat my deadline (instead of being beaten by it!) Now we see how the public responds to the new suite of Pacific Northwest images. Fingers crossed!!
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#art #artblog #artgift #bestminimalismoftheday #Copyright
#Deconstructed #fineart #fineartphotography #galeryart #gallery
#giclee #Seattle #homedecor #Impressionism #impressionist
#impressionistphotography  #interiordesign #interiordesignblogger #interiordesigner #interiordetails
#lacuna #Limited #Limitededition #losangelesrealestate  #memory
#memoryloss #minimalism #minimalist #minimalistblog #nikonusa
InProcess Redacted Photography™ "July Installation" ©2018 . So I've been busy creating and didn't get to update you...but I beat my deadline (instead of being beaten by it!) Now we see how the public responds to the new suite of Pacific Northwest images. Fingers crossed!! . #art  #artblog  #artgift  #bestminimalismoftheday  #Copyright  #Deconstructed  #fineart  #fineartphotography  #galeryart  #gallery  #giclee  #Seattle  #homedecor  #Impressionism  #impressionist  #impressionistphotography  #interiordesign  #interiordesignblogger  #interiordesigner  #interiordetails  #lacuna  #Limited  #Limitededition  #losangelesrealestate  #memory  #memoryloss  #minimalism  #minimalist  #minimalistblog  #nikonusa 
Northern Italy ft. Traffic Cone & Highlighter
Northern Italy ft. Traffic Cone & Highlighter
Painted live at the Calgary Stampede last night, and finished this little beauty.

Waterton Park Birch
6”x20” oil on cradled birch
Available on website. $350

#landscapepainting #contemporaryimpressionism  #terriheinrichsart #wlnp #experiencewaterton #watertonpark #silhouettepainting #albertaparks #watertonlakes #glaciernationalpark
It’s me and some art 🤷🏽‍♀️
It’s me and some art 🤷🏽‍♀️
A glimpse of the texture building up on my new painting "Trail down by the Creek"  Almost done! #landscapepainting #borealforest ##impressionist #OverburyArts
If creation sings your praises, so will I.

#30daysofpainting *Day 16*
Masterpieces of Berthe Morisot, the talented female French impressionist, collected in le Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris #berthemorisot #masterpiece #oilpainting #museemarmottanmonet #impressionism #impressionist #19thcenturyart #femaleartist #paris
🔘Everett Shinn (American, 1876-1953) - Paris Theatre,1940
🔘Everett Shinn (American, 1876-1953) - Paris Theatre,1940
Sunset Landscape, Original Oil Painting
#sunset #landscape #original #oil #painting #fence #impressionist #art #visible #brush #strokes #gift #tonal #tonalism
Vietnam Salt Workers, Original Oil Painting
#vietnam #salt #workers #original #oil #painting #people #landscape #chaotic #canvas #art #culture #fineart #art #impressionist #wide #gift
In Honor of #France ’s world cup victory, I’ve decided to take a quick snapshot of the history of French art. The French are fiercely passionate about their cultural history and their art as they should be, President Macron has worked to create a culture pass that would allow French youth to spend a certain amount of money visiting museums, attending performances and otherwise consuming French culture.
In Honor of #France  ’s world cup victory, I’ve decided to take a quick snapshot of the history of French art. The French are fiercely passionate about their cultural history and their art as they should be, President Macron has worked to create a culture pass that would allow French youth to spend a certain amount of money visiting museums, attending performances and otherwise consuming French culture.
Revisiting this idea of looking up through the blossom... still haven’t got close but loving the process 😀

#oilpainting
#pleinair
#britpleinair
#landscapepainting
#impressionism
#impressionist
#art
#contemporaryart
Fine Art Landscape, Original Oil Painting
#fineart #art #landscape #original #oil #painting #canvas #impressionist #style #nature #tree #sky #clouds #handpainted #mountains #gloomy #gift
Óleo sobre tela 24x30. Mais um exercício sobre texturas feito em casa aqui em Sampa. One more study in textures done at home while in Sao Paulo.
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#oilpaint #oilpainting #oilpainter #instaart #painting #onlineart #oilonpaper #oiloncanvas #impressionist #arterecife #artebrasil #artcollector #artgalery #galeriadearte #pinturaoleo #stillifepainting #sketch #pinturabrasileira #artebrasil #artebrasileira #stillifesketch #artistaplastico 
#impressionistpainting #painterly #paintingtexture
Óleo sobre tela 24x30. Mais um exercício sobre texturas feito em casa aqui em Sampa. One more study in textures done at home while in Sao Paulo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #oilpaint  #oilpainting  #oilpainter  #instaart  #painting  #onlineart  #oilonpaper  #oiloncanvas  #impressionist  #arterecife  #artebrasil  #artcollector  #artgalery  #galeriadearte  #pinturaoleo  #stillifepainting  #sketch  #pinturabrasileira  #artebrasil  #artebrasileira  #stillifesketch  #artistaplastico  #impressionistpainting  #painterly  #paintingtexture 
Clouds Over Sea, Original Oil Painting
#clouds #over #sea #original #oil #painting #seascape #sunrise #light #impressionist #style #sun #vibrant #blue #gift #art #wallart
Dark Landscape, Original Oil Painting
#dark #landscape #original #oil #painting #art #wallart #impressionist #style #art #nature #mountains #tree #gift #canvas
Fishermen Pulling Out the Net, Original Oil Painting
#fishermen #pulling #out #the #net #original #oil #painting #seascape #impressionist #style #large #gift
Clouds Over Sea, Original Oil Painting
#clouds #over #sea #original #oil #painting #impressionist #style #seascape #readytohang #dark #cloudy #sunset #gift
Beautiful Mary Cassatt exhibition at The Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris. ❤️❤️ #JacquemartAndréMuseum
#AnAmericanImpressionistinParis #marycassatt #motherchild #impressionist #suffragettemovement #arthero 🙏❤️
“Brown Eyed Girl" (You Know That I Love You So). ❤️ 2018
Abstract Graffiti Portrait. 
Oil painting on canvas. 
By "SEN-1" 
Private Collector. 😉
“Brown Eyed Girl" (You Know That I Love You So). ❤️ 2018 Abstract Graffiti Portrait. Oil painting on canvas. By "SEN-1" Private Collector. 😉