Lola Fiesta

Ah yes, I remember it well.

Visiting Mari Andrews’s studio is like stepping into an old-world apothecary’s shop, where rows and rows of small glass jars are filled with specimens gathered on her hikes through Muir Woods, and beyond: molted snakeskins, seedpods, smooth-surfaced stones, rusted bits of wire, tufts of moss, and more … Mari’s work and studio make you encounter overlooked objects in a newly intimate way; a dried leaf or fallen acorn become dazzling when seen out of context and leave you a little more curious, a little more awake to the natural world, than when you arrived.

The rest of the article (and more photos) here.

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Arturs Akopjans, Untitled

takefountain:

sonia delaunay

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takahikohayashi:

D-9.Jan.1991
painting, collage 林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 1991

mountainhousestudios:

alexey terenin

Jill Lewis, Untitled

Jill Lewis Delicious Land

antoniogonzalezart:

Minnie Pwerle

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workman:

exercicedestyle:

Maringka Baker 196”Minyma Kutjara”

justanothermasterpiece:

Miroslava Rakovic.

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