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Hello friends! After a long winter break (during which my camera did not leave it's cozy bag) I decided to start off the Spring semester on a creative note with a trip to the MFA. I've been meaning to make the visit for a while, especially because of the latest David Hockney pieces that were featured in the Pastoral to Pop: 20th Century Britain on Paper exhibition. So, here are some highlights from a lovely Sunday outing. These images range from architecture, candids, detail shots, and even some color schemes that I extracted using the Adobe Capture app. Here are some links to the exhibitions I saw, all highly recommended!

Stay tuned for some new mini projects in the works. Feel free to fill out the form under the "Contact" tab if you want to collaborate! 

Christian Boltanski, Lumières. 

Maurizio Nannucci, All Art Has Been Contemporary.

Charline Von Heyl, Voyage. 

"REPEAT TO CHANGE" 

These works were selected to portray the "uniqueness of perception, memory and identity, but also our human capacity to create".

Orchard Tambourines, Sir Terry Frost. 

Josiah McElheny, Endlessly Repeating 20th Century Modernism. 

PASTORAL TO POP: COLOR SCHEMES

For the pieces that I simply couldn't document with my camera, I used the Adobe Capture app to take a piece of them home with me. I've attached some high resolution images of three pieces from this exhibition that has been on my list for months... My two absolute favorite pieces of the day are by David Hockney. 

Cyril E. Power, The Eight. 

David Hockney, Pool 1. 

David Hockney, Celia in a black slip reclining, Paris. 

and two misc. photos for good luck...thanks for visiting, friend. 

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