making prints of these three (and whatever else requested) - dm me by friday 11/23 if you want in on this batch. all prints will be available through my website soon! titles in order:
“Mistaking skin for the countryside”
“With ability to waver”
“Why this impulse to line your back with salad”
Maybe it’s the promise of a long weekend, maybe it’s the promise of getting some of those fancy binder clips all you art journal people have...🤷🏼♀️ Either way the future looks bright!⭐️ PS-where do you get those gold binder clips anyways?🤔
🏡 I’m Home! 🏡 The last of my pre-scheduled videos is up now and I’m already back to the grind for some new videos and projects ❤️ Fingers crosses this jetlag goes away, otherwise I will be forced to nap all day long for a couple days.... 🌚🙊🤤 I am slowly getting back to everyone’s emails, messages and DM’s, thank you so much for being so patient with me! Here’s to new energy, new ideas and perhaps more balance? Perhaps... Hahahaha 😹 #jlbcreative
There's something to be said for limited studio time over the holidays... it forces me to be super focused and efficient with the little time I have. I needed to carve out the numbers and mask it off, and then lay down several layers of indigo glaze so this 24"×24" piece could cure over the long weekend. Can't believe I got this done in less than an hour! #WhatARush
#MyBed is a work by the English artist #TraceyEmin . First created in 1998, it was exhibited at the Tate Gallery in 1999 as one of the shortlisted works for the Turner Prize. It consisted of Emin's bed with bedroom objects in an abject state, and gained much media attention.
The idea for My Bed was inspired by a sexual yet depressive phase in the artist's life when she had remained in bed for several days without eating or drinking anything but alcohol.
It is one of contemporary art’s most striking depictions of vulnerability, a self-portrait that doesn’t veer from the messiness of depression and heartbreak. In particular, it appealed to viewers who connected their own painful experiences to those implied by Emin’s installation.