Monday, January 3

Hi world. I am really excited to be back into the swing of things, but also still recovering from a cold I caught on Christmas Day. Sheesh! Oh, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Check out Aaron Wexler's amazing work. This has really, really inspired me. Do you think he needs an intern? I would be game!

Via Seesaw (really super cute bog, I Looovre)

These are paper and paint on panel, wow. I would love to see these up close.

I also really love his large scale murals he has done, what a dream project! Oh dear, I am getting flustered.

Wow, the texture, perfectly executed.

Check out these giant cardboard ribbons! Pretty amazing craftsmanship, I would love to watch over his shoulder.

This is what he has to say about his work:  

"My work deals with physical and pictoral occurrences in nature. Through curious observation I find infinite instances in which natural order and disorder create framework. For example, fractured light through broken glass or a web of tree branches intertwining through a matrix of space. Wound Together, the pictures I make float in and out of illusory space while simultaneously denoting flatness of their plane materiality. Surprisingly an arhythmical rhythm emerges in all this. What excites me is the beauty and its unpredictability."


  1. My, my that was well said. His work is beautiful, as is yours. I, for one, think he could learn a thing or two from YOU!

    Happy, happy new year!

  2. Happy New Year!

    Wow, thanks for sharing these photos and links. As nkp says, your work is just as beautiful, and I can't wait to see more of your paintings during the course of the year!

  3. pretty indeed, but i'm with nelya...they are very similar to your own work.
    i like your better.

  4. At first I was thinking, "Wow that is crazy ass abstract." But then he said that thing about fractured glass and the pictures all of the sudden made sense to me.


  5. those ribbons are genius! i would compete in all sorts of contests just to win one. ha!


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