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By @c.r.artwork
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1, 2 or 3? 😊 by @popovmikhaylov
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1, 2 or 3? 😊 by @popovmikhaylov . Follow @art_dailydose for more art! 😊 . Do you want immediate feature? Contact us! . Check out these pages: @arts_promote @sketch_dailydose @photos_dailydose
Love this artwork 😍😍
Done by @humbyart #artmagazine
Love this artwork 😍😍 Done by @humbyart #artmagazine 
Such an awesome sketch!
Done by @johnzylstra #artmagazine
Such an awesome sketch! Done by @johnzylstra #artmagazine 
A little sketch I've drawn after reading a fluff chapter , smol boi is angry because they called him tiny *exploding hearts everywhere* ugh you're tearing me apart Lou 😂😂😂 also namjoon said hi
A little sketch I've drawn after reading a fluff chapter , smol boi is angry because they called him tiny *exploding hearts everywhere* ugh you're tearing me apart Lou 😂😂😂 also namjoon said hi
Such an impressive progress 👌🏽
Done by @aleksandar94art #artmagazine
Such an impressive progress 👌🏽 Done by @aleksandar94art #artmagazine 
Beautiful eye drawing 😍 Do you like this?☀
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🌀Artist: @diamonddraws
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Beautiful eye drawing 😍 Do you like this?☀ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 🌀Artist: @diamonddraws 🚀Contact us for feature info/business ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 🔥Follow us for more art: → @Art.vertex → @Magnificent.art → @Art_toinspire → @Terrific.art → @Pencil.masterpieces ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #artwork  #fineart   #artistsoninstagram  #artworks   #artofinstagram  #artistlife  #artsanity  #galleryart  #artmagazine  #young_artists_help  #art_help  #artgalleries  #artpiece  #draw  #drawn  #drawingaday  #painter  #живопись  #graphic  #illustrationart  #artblogger  #artscloud  #sketches  #dailysketch  #pensketch  #pencildrawing  #colorpencil  #colorpencils  #art_hyperrealism  #hyperrealism 
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🌀Artist: @visothkakvei
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13 years old artist 🙌
By @alexander.chn
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13 years old artist 🙌 By @alexander.chn . Follow @arts_promote for more art! 😊 . Do you want immediate feature? Contact us! . Check out these pages: @art_dailydose @sketch_dailydose @photos_dailydose
#art of @b_e_n_n_e_t_t Explore his universe on #scandaleproject
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BUY this Painting by @dulk1 #dulk ...is one of a Kind 👉get your ORDERS in today____👉Click the LINK on the Bio to order!____Worldwide shipping
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In this photo ART by @dulk1
Collage by @arttoymaison
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BUY this Painting by @dulk1 #dulk  ...is one of a Kind 👉get your ORDERS in today____👉Click the LINK on the Bio to order!____Worldwide shipping www.arttoygama.storenvy.com ... #boundlessbrooklyn  #contemporaryart  #lowbrow  #talentedpeople  #hifructose  #Contemporaryart  #newcontemporary  #Artmagazine  #beautifulbizarre  #juxtapoz  #museums  #capturedconcepts  #thecreatorclass  #jointheclass  #illgrammer  #nylife  #hongkonglife  #instagramart  #instapainting  ... #artofdrawing  #instadrawing  #drawingart  In this photo ART by @dulk1 Collage by @arttoymaison #newyorkers  #nyclife 
A colourful ELECTRIFYING version of @therock @wwe @underarmour #therock #dwaynejohnson #underarmour #wwe #jumanji #needforspeed #entertainment #films #redcarpet #movie #blockbuster #poster #print #neon #colourful #graphicdesigner #limitededition #artist #repost #share #followme #artmagazine #gallery #celebrity congrats on your #hollywood #star
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Flying heart ❣ graffiti and ink original framed, struggled with the glare #original #framed #graffiti #heart #bansky #artmagazine #artistsoninstagram #blue #dots #canvas #homedecor #glitter #decorideas #wings #mixedmediaart #ink #red #balloon #bristol #ukart #artist #bristolart #losangeles #artbasel
Fallen Angel
By @scottmfischer
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Fallen Angel By @scottmfischer . Follow @sketch_dailydose for more art! . Do you want immediate feature? Contact us! . Check out these pages: @art_dailydose @arts_promote @photos_dailydose
آموزش سیاه_قلم طراحی (ویژه بانوان)
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f⛔llow us on pages: 🚻 @mode_sketch 🤵 @academy_portrait 🏛 @archisketches 
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#اصفهان: ✅هنرکده مانی_خ احمدآباد .. ✅ سورهـ ، خ آمادگاه 
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آموزش سیاه_قلم طراحی (ویژه بانوان) ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ f⛔llow us on pages: 🚻 @mode_sketch 🤵 @academy_portrait 🏛 @archisketches ــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ #اصفهان : ✅هنرکده مانی_خ احمدآباد .. ✅ سورهـ ، خ آمادگاه ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ #colorful  #artwork  #arte  #watercolor  #digitalart  #fineart  #masterpiece  #oilpainting  #painter  #рисунок  #instadraw  #artcollective  #pencilart  #artcollector  #pencils  #realistic  #artistlife  #illustrate  #worldofpencils  #art_empire  #illustrationart  #myartwork  #drawn  #drawsomething  #artmagazine  #proartists  #imaginationarts  #young_artists_help  #sketch 
Flash back to my first gallery show @conceptionartists. Now I’m a Art Instructor with @inspiredartwine. Now my IG account reach 1k followers 😭 I’m proud of my small steps!
Flash back to my first gallery show @conceptionartists. Now I’m a Art Instructor with @inspiredartwine. Now my IG account reach 1k followers 😭 I’m proud of my small steps!
آموزش سیاه_قلم طراحی (ویژه بانوان)
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f⛔llow us on pages: 🚻 @mode_sketch 🤵 @academy_portrait 🏛 @archisketches 
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اصفهان: ✅هنرکده مانی_خ احمدآباد .. ✅ سورهـ ، خ آمادگاه 
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آموزش سیاه_قلم طراحی (ویژه بانوان) ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ f⛔llow us on pages: 🚻 @mode_sketch 🤵 @academy_portrait 🏛 @archisketches ــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ اصفهان: ✅هنرکده مانی_خ احمدآباد .. ✅ سورهـ ، خ آمادگاه ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #artwork  #fineart  #artistsoninstagram  #artworks  #artofinstagram  #artistlife  #artsanity  #galleryart  #artmagazine  #young_artists_help  #art_help  #artgalleries  #artpiece  #draw  #drawn  #drawingaday  #painter  #живопись  #graphic  #illustrationart  #artblogger  #artscloud  #sketches  #dailysketch  #pensketch  #pencildrawing  #colorpencil  #colorpencils  #doodles  #hyperrealism 
ARTWORK „WIN A SMILE“ PART 4/9 PHOTOGRAPHY, EXPOSURE, PAINTING, OIL ON CANVAS, 2016,
ATELIER COOLPOOL (DAISY GOLD+MANFREDO WEIHS) 
THIS ARTWORK IS A COMBINATION OF THE ART FORMS PAINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHY.
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By : @a.r.t.julie 
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By : @a.r.t.julie Tag your friends 💫
#Repost @picter_com ・・・
#PicterPresents Ewa Doroszenko, a visual artist who lives and works in Warsaw (PL).
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Photo from the series ‘The Promise of Sublime Words’. Winner of the call for entries for YET Magazine #11 (@yetmagazine).
Call for entries hosted by Picter.
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Ewa Doroszenko received her Doctor of Fine Arts from the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun (2012). Her artistic research addresses questions of future technology in tune with digital aesthetics and the traditional fine arts.
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#photography #picter_com #antique #ancientgreece #sculpture #femalephotographer #femaleartist #artsy #artcollector #artmagazine #artreview #yet #yetmagazine #winner #digital #glitch #glitchart #body #ancientmonuments #ancientsculpture #museum #newmuseum #greece #doroszenko #doroszenkoewa
#Repost  @picter_com ・・・ #PicterPresents  Ewa Doroszenko, a visual artist who lives and works in Warsaw (PL). _ Photo from the series ‘The Promise of Sublime Words’. Winner of the call for entries for YET Magazine #11  (@yetmagazine). Call for entries hosted by Picter. _ Ewa Doroszenko received her Doctor of Fine Arts from the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun (2012). Her artistic research addresses questions of future technology in tune with digital aesthetics and the traditional fine arts. _ #photography  #picter_com  #antique  #ancientgreece  #sculpture  #femalephotographer  #femaleartist  #artsy  #artcollector  #artmagazine  #artreview  #yet  #yetmagazine  #winner  #digital  #glitch  #glitchart  #body  #ancientmonuments  #ancientsculpture  #museum  #newmuseum  #greece  #doroszenko  #doroszenkoewa 
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COLLAGE ON VIEW
Painting as Language
Matthew Monk at Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, Vermont through 20 January 2018. Monk is a founding faculty member with the College’s MFA in Graphic Design program. He often works with discarded or found materials, which are often decayed, worn, eroded, weathered, murky, humble, and imperfect. He seeks to "uncover meaning in the meaningless and value in the worthless." MORE

http://kolajmagazine.com/content/content/collage-exhibitions/painting-as-language/

Kolaj Magazine is the world's only internationally-oriented art magazine dedicated to contemporary collage. Subscribe and get your copy today: http://www.kolajmagazine.com/shop.html

#collageart #collageartist #visualart #contemporaryart #cutandpaste #papercollage #analogcollage #collagecollective #artmagazine #handmadecollage #collagist #collagista #collagekunst #artproduct #artcollecting #art #artist #artexhibit #artpublication #kunst #artmuseum #artnerd #artistsoninstagram #artistic
COLLAGE ON VIEW Painting as Language Matthew Monk at Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, Vermont through 20 January 2018. Monk is a founding faculty member with the College’s MFA in Graphic Design program. He often works with discarded or found materials, which are often decayed, worn, eroded, weathered, murky, humble, and imperfect. He seeks to "uncover meaning in the meaningless and value in the worthless." MORE http://kolajmagazine.com/content/content/collage-exhibitions/painting-as-language/ Kolaj Magazine is the world's only internationally-oriented art magazine dedicated to contemporary collage. Subscribe and get your copy today: http://www.kolajmagazine.com/shop.html #collageart  #collageartist  #visualart  #contemporaryart  #cutandpaste  #papercollage  #analogcollage  #collagecollective  #artmagazine  #handmadecollage  #collagist  #collagista  #collagekunst  #artproduct  #artcollecting  #art  #artist  #artexhibit  #artpublication  #kunst  #artmuseum  #artnerd  #artistsoninstagram  #artistic 
N e o n  W h i t e The Middle Virtual Era #arts #space #gallerywall #designers #emergingartist #artculture #culturemag #artmagazine #artpress #artworld #fashionuk #london #parisart #galleries #amsterdamart #contemporaryart #contemporarydance #art for #humanity www.carmenemanuelapopa.com  https://vimeo.com/240263462/description
#artist - Tya
Title - WEDDED BLISS OF THE IMMORTAL ELVES
#jrrtolkien legendary elves  from the #hobbit from THE LORD OF THE RINGS onto my blank canvas. Another painted dream journey . 
Clinging on to a romantic fantasy notion of the happiness of growing old with someone.. Maybe someday I will be with someone I could share a moment just like this with my partner

So many , I know are married or getting married.
 Received a few wedding invitations and hence this piece. 
I dedicate this abstract on canvas to those who are married , getting #married .and celebrating #wedding #anniversary 
Stay in love, be happy n embrace the sweet passion and romance always
Tya
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#artist  - Tya Title - WEDDED BLISS OF THE IMMORTAL ELVES #jrrtolkien  legendary elves from the #hobbit  from THE LORD OF THE RINGS onto my blank canvas. Another painted dream journey . Clinging on to a romantic fantasy notion of the happiness of growing old with someone.. Maybe someday I will be with someone I could share a moment just like this with my partner So many , I know are married or getting married. Received a few wedding invitations and hence this piece. I dedicate this abstract on canvas to those who are married , getting #married  .and celebrating #wedding  #anniversary  Stay in love, be happy n embrace the sweet passion and romance always Tya ***** #FastRepost  from @MystiqueDestiny by @fastrepost_app ••• #fauvism  #worldofartists  #artistic  #artistica  #artofplanet  #artofvisuals  #artist  #contemporaryart  #blvart  #artbookstagram  #artlover  #artists  #curatedart  #artmagazine  #acrylicart  #abstractartist  #art_spotlight  #artwork  #dailyart  #energyart  #artoftheday  #art_realism  #abstractpainting  #wedding  #deviantart 
Good New week  to everyone Art is joy the name of this painting is “ Acrobat “ 👉@francescocuomocrea 👉And CLICK ON  MY BIOGRAPHY LINK ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••#francrescocuomocre #art #contemporaryart #contemporary #artgallery #artbuyers #artcollector #luxury #artcurator #artmarket #artdealer #arts #luxurybrand #artoninstagram  #artgallery #artbuyers #artcollector #luxury #artcurator #artmarket #artdealer #contemporaryartcurator #mixedmedia #contemporaryartist #artmagazine #instaartist #artist #fineart #artcollector #painting #luxury  #luxurydesign
Good New week to everyone Art is joy the name of this painting is “ Acrobat “ 👉@francescocuomocrea 👉And CLICK ON MY BIOGRAPHY LINK ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••#francrescocuomocre  #art  #contemporaryart  #contemporary  #artgallery  #artbuyers  #artcollector  #luxury  #artcurator  #artmarket  #artdealer  #arts  #luxurybrand  #artoninstagram  #artgallery  #artbuyers  #artcollector  #luxury  #artcurator  #artmarket  #artdealer  #contemporaryartcurator  #mixedmedia  #contemporaryartist  #artmagazine  #instaartist  #artist  #fineart  #artcollector  #painting  #luxury  #luxurydesign 
Forever inspired by how people travel the world and hike with their doggos 🐕 Drawing featuring @acoucke and her perfect family bond ❄️ #kingfisherdaisy .
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Forever inspired by how people travel the world and hike with their doggos 🐕 Drawing featuring @acoucke and her perfect family bond ❄️ #kingfisherdaisy  . . . . . #illustration  #art  #linework  #flashwork  #artmagazine  #dailyarts  #art_spotlight  #iblackwork  #blackwork  #blxckwork  #artfullysg  #hypeyourart  #dailydraw  #sketch_dailies  #sgart  #dogart  #worldofartist  #pumpkinpatch  #campinglife  #instaart  #dotwork  #projectvanlife  #goldenretriever  #dogsthathike  #finelinework  #caravan  #camplife 
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Don't forget my art auction will be back in 2018. Just taking some time to see my family.....This pretty Pansy is still available to buy just DM me if interested ___________________________________ #artwork #art #artist #studioscenes #artgallery #artauction #doitfortheprocess #artistsoninstagram #painting #handpainted #bohodecor #artoftheday #artforsale #artmagazine #tinyart #modernart #artcollector #abeautifulmess #originalartwork #originalpainting  #book #decor #fineart #creativeprocess #plant #flower #acrylicpainting #pansy #flowers #purple
Don't forget my art auction will be back in 2018. Just taking some time to see my family.....This pretty Pansy is still available to buy just DM me if interested ___________________________________ #artwork  #art  #artist  #studioscenes  #artgallery  #artauction  #doitfortheprocess  #artistsoninstagram  #painting  #handpainted  #bohodecor  #artoftheday  #artforsale  #artmagazine  #tinyart  #modernart  #artcollector  #abeautifulmess  #originalartwork  #originalpainting  #book  #decor  #fineart  #creativeprocess  #plant  #flower  #acrylicpainting  #pansy  #flowers  #purple 
'The Tunnel.' Depressing, Caustrophobic And Now A Terror Target.
'The Tunnel.' Depressing, Caustrophobic And Now A Terror Target.
С понедельничком 💪🏻!!!
Впереди тяжелая неделя состоящая из работы и учебы😩
А пока выкладываю перефотографированный портрет малышки при дневном освещении 🍏
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С понедельничком 💪🏻!!! Впереди тяжелая неделя состоящая из работы и учебы😩 А пока выкладываю перефотографированный портрет малышки при дневном освещении 🍏 ________________ Принимаю заказы на январь❄️ ________________ Материалы: пастель kohinoor, пастельные карандаши, цветные карандаши derwent, тонированная бумага canson mi-teintes
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing.  She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms.  She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama #yayoi #yayoikusamaexhibition #japanesegirl #japanisearts #contemporaryart #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers #ago #mikewhitesmith #artblog #blog #fashionblogger #artcollector #goodartguide
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing. She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms. She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama  #yayoi  #yayoikusamaexhibition  #japanesegirl  #japanisearts  #contemporaryart  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  #ago  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #blog  #fashionblogger  #artcollector  #goodartguide 
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing.  She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms.  She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama #yayoi #yayoikusamaexhibition #japanesegirl #japanisearts #contemporaryart #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers #red ##artbasel #artyoushouldknow #thegoodlife #thegoodshit #popart #popartist
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing. She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms. She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama  #yayoi  #yayoikusamaexhibition  #japanesegirl  #japanisearts  #contemporaryart  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  #red  ##artbasel  #artyoushouldknow  #thegoodlife  #thegoodshit  #popart  #popartist 
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing.  She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms.  She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama #yayoi #yayoikusamaexhibition #japanesegirl #japanisearts #contemporaryart #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers #cbcarts @agotoronto @agonext
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing. She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms. She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama  #yayoi  #yayoikusamaexhibition  #japanesegirl  #japanisearts  #contemporaryart  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  #cbcarts  @agotoronto @agonext
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing.  She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms.  She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama #yayoi #yayoikusamaexhibition #japanesegirl #japanisearts #contemporaryart #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers @agotoronto
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing. She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms. She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama  #yayoi  #yayoikusamaexhibition  #japanesegirl  #japanisearts  #contemporaryart  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  @agotoronto
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing.  She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms.  She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama #yayoi #yayoikusamaexhibition #japanesegirl #japanisearts #contemporaryart #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers #artbasel #artlovers #fashion #fashionblogger #artgoals #toronto #thegoodshit
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing. She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms. She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama  #yayoi  #yayoikusamaexhibition  #japanesegirl  #japanisearts  #contemporaryart  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers  #artbasel  #artlovers  #fashion  #fashionblogger  #artgoals  #toronto  #thegoodshit 
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing.  She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms.  She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama #yayoi #yayoikusamaexhibition #japanesegirl #japanisearts #contemporaryart #damianhirst #dots #theago #agotoronto #artshows #artnews #newness #mikewhitesmith #artblog #juxtapoz #artmagazine #artlovers
Yayoi Kusama was born March 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan. She’s amazing. She’s all, i realize this is not politically correct but… nuts to put it in layman's terms. She is a baddass Japanese artist who is a self-described “obsessional artist,” known for her extensive use of polka dots and for her infinity installations. She’s employed many tools such as painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including pop art and Minimalism to develop her art. By her own account, Kusama began painting as a kid, at about the time she began experiencing hallucinations that often involved fields of dots. Those hallucinations and the theme of dots would continue to inform her art throughout her career. She would influence artist such as big dick artist Damien Hirst. She’s had little formal training, studying art only briefly (1948–49) at the Kyōto City Specialist School of Arts. Family conflict and the desire to become an artist drove her to move in 1957 to the United States, where she settled in New York City. Before leaving Japan, she destroyed many of her early paintings. Kusama moved back to Japan in 1973. From 1977, by her own choice, she lived in a mental hospital. She’s continued to produce art. In 2006 she received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for painting. Kusama’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City in 2012, and a traveling exhibition attracted record crowds at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. That year she opens her show in Toronto at the AGO March 3 – May 27, 2018. Fly! #YayoiKusama  #yayoi  #yayoikusamaexhibition  #japanesegirl  #japanisearts  #contemporaryart  #damianhirst  #dots  #theago  #agotoronto  #artshows  #artnews  #newness  #mikewhitesmith  #artblog  #juxtapoz  #artmagazine  #artlovers 
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Beautiful new work by @plantiebee, "Ashes to Ashes" [Oil on masonite, 55 x 75 cm]
Beautiful new work by @plantiebee, "Ashes to Ashes" [Oil on masonite, 55 x 75 cm]