Booked my ticket to visit my beautiful, talented, hyper-polyglot, hula-hooping-ballerina-Italian-cirque-princess FRIEND!  3 years is TOO LONG! Can’t wait to see you, @koalasabry ❤️👏

Booked my ticket to visit my beautiful, talented, hyper-polyglot, hula-hooping-ballerina-Italian-cirque-princess FRIEND! 3 years is TOO LONG! Can’t wait to see you, @koalasabry ❤️👏

hitrecordjoe:

This past Saturday I accepted our #Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Media on behalf of hitRECord and our worldwide community. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of the thousands of brilliant contributing artists who make our show. And, thank you to our wonderful partners at pivot. 
We’re making Season Two of HITRECORD ON TV right now. Come work with us! 

hitrecordjoe:

This past Saturday I accepted our #Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Media on behalf of hitRECord and our worldwide community. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of the thousands of brilliant contributing artists who make our show. And, thank you to our wonderful partners at pivot.

We’re making Season Two of HITRECORD ON TV right now. Come work with us! 

You imagine that what you can’t understand is either spiritual or does not exist. The conclusion is quite wrong; rather there are obviously a million things in the universe that we would need a million quite different organs to understand … someone blind from birth cannot imagine the beauty of a landscape, the colors of a painting or the shadings of an iris. He will imagine them as something palpable, edible, audible or olfactory. Likewise, if I were to explain to you what I perceive by the senses you do not have, you would interpret it as something that could be heard, seen, touched, smelled or tasted; but it is not like that.

Cyrano de Bergerac (via observando)

kerrnie:

A little #sax for your Saturday night :) Flashback to ‘American Icons” in 2012 at The American Music Theatre ( @amtshows ) New York State of Mind. 🎷👠💄💋❤️😊🎶

paddleson:


"The paintings are given a clear texture on top. In a lot of ways, it’s a hollow gesture to create the feeling of a hand, admitting that it feels nice to have that element." - MICHAEL MANNING

In this video, we visit artist Michael Manning on site of his show at Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, New York to discuss his ‘Microsoft Store Painting’ series and how that evolved into the ‘Wild Fusion’ series that’s included in our upcoming Paddles ON! auction.
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paddleson:


"The paintings are given a clear texture on top. In a lot of ways, it’s a hollow gesture to create the feeling of a hand, admitting that it feels nice to have that element." - MICHAEL MANNING

In this video, we visit artist Michael Manning on site of his show at Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, New York to discuss his ‘Microsoft Store Painting’ series and how that evolved into the ‘Wild Fusion’ series that’s included in our upcoming Paddles ON! auction.
View this work → 

 
Zoom Info
paddleson:


"The paintings are given a clear texture on top. In a lot of ways, it’s a hollow gesture to create the feeling of a hand, admitting that it feels nice to have that element." - MICHAEL MANNING

In this video, we visit artist Michael Manning on site of his show at Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, New York to discuss his ‘Microsoft Store Painting’ series and how that evolved into the ‘Wild Fusion’ series that’s included in our upcoming Paddles ON! auction.
View this work → 

 
Zoom Info

paddleson:

"The paintings are given a clear texture on top. In a lot of ways, it’s a hollow gesture to create the feeling of a hand, admitting that it feels nice to have that element." - MICHAEL MANNING

In this video, we visit artist Michael Manning on site of his show at Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, New York to discuss his ‘Microsoft Store Painting’ series and how that evolved into the ‘Wild Fusion’ series that’s included in our upcoming Paddles ON! auction.

View this work  

 

It’s funny how one summer can change everything. It must be something about the heat and the smell of chlorine, fresh-cut grass and honeysuckle, asphalt sizzling after late-day thunderstorms, the steam rising while everything drips around it. Something about long, lazy days and whirring air conditioners and bright plastic flip-flops from the drugstore thwacking down the street. Something about fall being so close, another year, another Christmas, another beginning. So much in one summer, stirring up like the storms that crest at the end of each day, blowing out all the heat and dirt to leave everything gasping and cool. Everyone can reach back to one summer and lay a finger to it, finding the exact point when everything changed. That summer was mine.

That Summer -Sarah Dessen (via thatkindofwoman)