Under the gun/Wrong side of the moon


Sculptures and Paintings by Kim Kei

Kim Kei lives and works in Los Angeles. Her process begins with combining and altering everyday objects and natural debris. These malleable sculptures are photographed in several iterations, which become the foundation for her paintings. Her intricate, improvised compositions exist somewhere between representation and abstraction. Her work is a departure from the figure as a form, yet in its absence the body is implied.

1. Mimesis 1

2. Mimesis 6

3. Mimesis 24. Mimesis 3

5. Mimesis 5

6. Mimesis 4

7. Now Afloat, She Unfolds Watermedia and oil on paper mounted on panel 12″x18″

8. She Knew She Would Unwind
12″ x 18″ watermedia and oil on paper mounted on panel

9. They Let it go, Let it Rise  Watermedia and oil on paper mounted on panel 16″x 20″

10. Into The Air with Two Ideas 
20″ x 30″ watermedia and oil on paper

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Starting with September I will be focusing on ceramics as my project in Art. I have started looking into things I would love to experiment with and here is an extraordinary ceramist: Jennifer McCurdy

This is absolutely amazing

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A late Secret Santa drawing I did for foxery u v u

Hope everyone’s had a super great holiday/New Year’s!

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Rangoli is meant as decoration and thought to bring good luck. The images are often geometric shapes, deity impressions, or of flowers and petals. Sometimes, designs are very elaborate and are painstakingly crafted with the help of many people.

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Female artists in their studios

1. Helen Frankenthaler
2. Louise Bourgeois
3. Alice Neel
4. Joan Mitchell
5. Frida Kahlo
6. Georgia O’Keeffe

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“Novels aren’t just happy escapes; they are slivers of people’s souls, nailed to the pages, dripping ink from veins of wood pulp. Reading the right one at the right time can make all the difference.”

Happy Birthday, Anna! Aug. 22 [ bookstakeus-away ]

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Felt tired and “totally done with the world”, saw this. now i feel ready for the world again(After a shower and some sleep, of course )

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Featured Curator: Justin Ruckman

The artist and painter Eduardo Rodriguez Calzado describes himself as being obsessed with detail, “expressing emotions through the fragmentation of color”. While the human form or elements of human consciousness are often represented in his pieces, he also enjoys starting with more abstract gestures and colors, and letting the narrative unfold organically.

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