Personal style and identity: Why I love eclectic French style.
I was intrigued watching the video interview on Huffington Post Live in which Tippi Hedren, star of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” and “Marnie,” speaks of her complex relationship with the legendary director, which, when asked, she characterizes as “abusive.” She clarifies that it is sad the relationship went the way it did, as he was […]
I couldn’t resist the headline touting nude bodies as artistic canvas. Let’s face it. Put “naked” or “nude” in a headline and we look. Suggest there are pictures? We definitely look! In fact, this Huffington Post slide show on nude body painting does not disappoint. To utilize the human face or form as a blank […]
Can’t quite get rid of your stuff, no matter what?
The soul-soothing qualities of the arts.
The pleasures of hanging art salon-style. (And how to do it.)
An exploration of much loved images, family connections and memories.
Aspiration and inspiration. I’ll take both!
Female body image. Not a simple subject, is it. We carry our personal histories, our inherited traits, and we’re bombarded by conflicting messages from the time we’re little girls. So how do we make sense of it? Do we, eventually? I have questions as I continue to find my way to my own answers. But […]
Next Great Artist? That particular television hype isn’t to my liking, but the Season 2 Finale of Work of Art provides a worthy competition for Young, Sara J, and Kymia, as all three put together an exhibition at the Phillips de Pury Gallery. By now, you already know that Kymia Nawabi takes the grand prize […]