"Who Gets to Call it Art? is a wild ride through the fascinating 1960s New York art world, seen through the eyes of first "contemporary art" curator for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Henry Geldzahler. Never-before-seen footage of artists including Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and Roy Lichtenstein as well as exclusive interviews with artists Frank Stella, David Hockney, and James Rosenquist provide a vibrant and entertaining look at ten amazing years when American artists challenged everything and forever changed the world of art."
because It is So inspiring for me right now,
learning 'bout Curatin'
and Larry Poons'
painting "Visitaurus, 2000"
is keeping me awake at night, I'm so in love.
Day Trippin' with my homegirls
in SF. What a special day....how nice to
get away, be on foot, explore like we
don't live 90 minutes away....
Um, Pretzel M&Ms, you're Alright!
View from Mom's hotel roon
when I went to visit her in SF.
Out of one of my Favorite Stolen Books:
by Harry Rand
I like changing old paintings
And slowly creepin' forward on this thang
Olivia calls these my dog treats!
i fucking love combos.
Jon got me hooked on some homemade Blueberry Pancakes!
Trisha and I have been wild over GEODES! Nice slabs of them. We've been making some nice jewelry mixing feathers, vintage charms, skeleton keys, shells, chain and LOVE!
SO FUN!!! These are unique gifts, in store only! Come visit us. We also have tons of awesome RINGS, agate, amethyst, turquoise, Citrine, Peridot, smokey quartz. Tons of big brass bracelets, long pendant necklaces, dangly earrings and a million more fun one of a kind pieces in the cases.