"I don't know what's worth fighting for
Or why I have to scream
But now I have some clarity
To show you what I mean
I don't know how I got this way
I'll never be alright
So I'm breaking the habit"
Breaking the Habit (from the meteora album)
As the day approaches I start thinking more about the man who inspired me to do so much more than I thought I could. -
I hope to finish this before the anniversary and say a few things on that post
Sorry for the length, thanks for reading
🚨Tattoo not done by me🚨 my best friend @bobbitnertattoo made this on my hand last night! I feel very lucky to have someone like him come into my life more than 25+ years ago. He has alway lead the way in almost everything we do. From making beautiful music to tattooing I’ve always looked up to him. He was the voice of reason in my ear telling me I should be tattooing all those years ago. His artist talent is only surpassed by his heart and honesty. A great father, friend and business owner I am so proud of everything he makes. Continuing to always push himself and me I am proud to call him friend. If you don’t follow him already make a point to check out his work. Thanks again love to man!!! #tattoo#balckandgrey#realism#realistictattoo#ink#rose#handtattoo#rose#bestfriendgoals
The Ferryman, c. 1865
Oil on canvas
66.4 cm x 49.2 cm
“Be guided by feelings alone... Before any site and any object, abandon yourself to your first impression. If you have really been touched, you will convey to others the sincerity of your emotion.” — Camille Corot
Like many of the landscapes Corot painted at the end of his career, The Ferryman exemplifies the timeless, idyllic quality that contemporary critics appreciated in his work.
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (July 16, 1796 – February 22, 1875) was a French landscape and portrait painter as well as a printmaker in etching. He is a pivotal figure in landscape painting and his vast output simultaneously references the Neo-Classical tradition and anticipates the plein-air innovations of Impressionism.
Clockwork- My most detailed work so far. Took some time to paint it using @procreate , write the poem and create the music. It felt like watchmaking. Swipe left for the full poenting with music. Sound on!