Agnes Pelton (1881 – 1961) strove to portray a spiritual realm beyond material appearances. Her artistic breakthrough came in the mid-1920s in a series of abstract paintings, depicting incorporeal subject matter such as air, light, water, and sound. In the decades that followed, as she began to immerse herself in the study of esoteric and occult philosophies, her imagery evolved. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Agnes Pelton, Resurgence
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Duke A. Barnstable NYC Street Sheriff
We haven’t seen much of the lo-fi work of street artist Duke A. Barnstable around the Chelsea Gallery District until we spotted these assorted star-shaped NYC Street Sheriff badges plastered on an electrical box near the northwest corner of 10th Avenue and 20th Street.
Drum Kit Cake Topper!
A Fan/Facebook friend of my pal Neal posted this awesome cake photo on his FB page for his recent Birthday, and I stole it because it is rules. The drums, cymbals and hardware all appear to be made of edible fondant, which tastes like ass but looks pretty cool.