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  • "New route" 41x33cm acrylic on canvas✨
It's one of my first paintings of a boat in many years. Usually I don't include people or boats in my paintings, just nature.

I love how dark the sea is and how beautifully sun reflects on the water, these brush strokes are made using a palette knife and a thick layer of paint.
 Available in my shop (link in bio)
  • "New route" 41x33cm acrylic on canvas✨
    It's one of my first paintings of a boat in many years. Usually I don't include people or boats in my paintings, just nature.

    I love how dark the sea is and how beautifully sun reflects on the water, these brush strokes are made using a palette knife and a thick layer of paint.
    Available in my shop (link in bio)
  • 378 14 3 hours ago
  • Vincent Van Gogh
‘Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin’
Oil on Canvas
1888
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On View
Harvard Art Museum
@harvardartmuseums
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In early 1888, Van Gogh moved to Arles in the south of France, where he hoped to establish an art colony. Believing that painting could be reinvented through the genre of portraiture, he encouraged his fellow artists to paint themselves, and then to exchange the canvases. After receiving self-portraits from Emile Bernard and Gauguin, who were working together in Brittany at the time, Van Gogh inscribed this painting “To my friend Paul Gauguin,” and sent it to him. He described the process of creating his arresting likeness in several letters to his brother Theo, an art dealer in Paris, explaining how he manipulated his features in response to Japanese prints, changed the contours of his jacket for coloristic effect, and painted the background “pale veronese green” without any shadows. Shortly after he sent the work to Gauguin, however, their friendship deteriorated, and Gauguin sold it for three hundred francs.
(Via: @harvardartmuseums)
  • Vincent Van Gogh
    ‘Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin’
    Oil on Canvas
    1888
    _
    On View
    Harvard Art Museum
    @harvardartmuseums
    _
    In early 1888, Van Gogh moved to Arles in the south of France, where he hoped to establish an art colony. Believing that painting could be reinvented through the genre of portraiture, he encouraged his fellow artists to paint themselves, and then to exchange the canvases. After receiving self-portraits from Emile Bernard and Gauguin, who were working together in Brittany at the time, Van Gogh inscribed this painting “To my friend Paul Gauguin,” and sent it to him. He described the process of creating his arresting likeness in several letters to his brother Theo, an art dealer in Paris, explaining how he manipulated his features in response to Japanese prints, changed the contours of his jacket for coloristic effect, and painted the background “pale veronese green” without any shadows. Shortly after he sent the work to Gauguin, however, their friendship deteriorated, and Gauguin sold it for three hundred francs.
    (Via: @harvardartmuseums)
  • 316 4 54 minutes ago
  • Honoring the life of Karl Lagerfeld
September 10, 1933 - February 19, 2019
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Karl Lagerfeld
‘Self-portrait’
2013
📷: Karl Lagerfeld
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The world lost one of the most influential and creative minds fashion has ever seen. His lifetime career touched and inspired millions not just in fashion but in the entire world. His legacy will forever live on.
  • Honoring the life of Karl Lagerfeld
    September 10, 1933 - February 19, 2019
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    Karl Lagerfeld
    ‘Self-portrait’
    2013
    📷: Karl Lagerfeld
    _
    The world lost one of the most influential and creative minds fashion has ever seen. His lifetime career touched and inspired millions not just in fashion but in the entire world. His legacy will forever live on.
  • 1,102 23 19 February, 2019

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  • @burningman Co-Founder and CEO #MarianGoodell speaks out about "alarming changes in the culture of Burning Man in Black Rock City" and reminds everyone about the Ten Principles of Burning Man. Article link in bio. 🔥🚶
  • 4 1 6 minutes ago
  • Dare I say it.. wedding season is nearly upon us. 
This lovely limoncello was commissioned for a wedding that happened this weekend! (Thanks @jinnynguidesign )It was chosen as the bride and groom make their own limoncello!
So much sparkly joy to be given, plus their lovely initials and date are on the back, perfect as a family heirloom for years to come.

You can commission me to make gifts for all your events, anniversaries, birthdays, graduations or just because!
Swipe for details!

#EmbroiderybyKGDesign
  • Dare I say it.. wedding season is nearly upon us.
    This lovely limoncello was commissioned for a wedding that happened this weekend! (Thanks @jinnynguidesign )It was chosen as the bride and groom make their own limoncello!
    So much sparkly joy to be given, plus their lovely initials and date are on the back, perfect as a family heirloom for years to come.

    You can commission me to make gifts for all your events, anniversaries, birthdays, graduations or just because!
    Swipe for details!

    #EmbroiderybyKGDesign
  • 17 3 12 minutes ago
  • A CALYPSO OF LEAVES
Oil
Artist: Sue Bond
Macon, GA.
  • A CALYPSO OF LEAVES
    Oil
    Artist: Sue Bond
    Macon, GA.
  • 8 1 41 minutes ago
  • Vincent Van Gogh
‘Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin’
Oil on Canvas
1888
_
On View
Harvard Art Museum
@harvardartmuseums
_
In early 1888, Van Gogh moved to Arles in the south of France, where he hoped to establish an art colony. Believing that painting could be reinvented through the genre of portraiture, he encouraged his fellow artists to paint themselves, and then to exchange the canvases. After receiving self-portraits from Emile Bernard and Gauguin, who were working together in Brittany at the time, Van Gogh inscribed this painting “To my friend Paul Gauguin,” and sent it to him. He described the process of creating his arresting likeness in several letters to his brother Theo, an art dealer in Paris, explaining how he manipulated his features in response to Japanese prints, changed the contours of his jacket for coloristic effect, and painted the background “pale veronese green” without any shadows. Shortly after he sent the work to Gauguin, however, their friendship deteriorated, and Gauguin sold it for three hundred francs.
(Via: @harvardartmuseums)
  • Vincent Van Gogh
    ‘Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin’
    Oil on Canvas
    1888
    _
    On View
    Harvard Art Museum
    @harvardartmuseums
    _
    In early 1888, Van Gogh moved to Arles in the south of France, where he hoped to establish an art colony. Believing that painting could be reinvented through the genre of portraiture, he encouraged his fellow artists to paint themselves, and then to exchange the canvases. After receiving self-portraits from Emile Bernard and Gauguin, who were working together in Brittany at the time, Van Gogh inscribed this painting “To my friend Paul Gauguin,” and sent it to him. He described the process of creating his arresting likeness in several letters to his brother Theo, an art dealer in Paris, explaining how he manipulated his features in response to Japanese prints, changed the contours of his jacket for coloristic effect, and painted the background “pale veronese green” without any shadows. Shortly after he sent the work to Gauguin, however, their friendship deteriorated, and Gauguin sold it for three hundred francs.
    (Via: @harvardartmuseums)
  • 316 4 54 minutes ago
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
2010, oil on paper, 50x70 cm
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
    2010, oil on paper, 50x70 cm
  • 6 2 1 hour ago
  • Paint on a wall
  • Paint on a wall
  • 13 1 1 hour ago
  • Nearly a month late but so happy that @niamorris_xx finally has her birthday present. About 500 hours later and I’m so happy with the result. Happy Birthday! 🥳🌿🌸
  • Nearly a month late but so happy that @niamorris_xx finally has her birthday present. About 500 hours later and I’m so happy with the result. Happy Birthday! 🥳🌿🌸
  • 18 7 1 hour ago