Robin’s Egg Blue

Posted by Dindrane on January 20, 2011 in art, geekitude, home, links, zakka |

1. For anyone planning a wedding… this is simply stunning. 2. I want this kitchen so badly my heart hurts. (though my kitchen has traditionally been very Japanese with shoji screens and red/black/white details) 3. Bedrooms, kitchens, dining rooms… this site has it all (and all gorgeous!). 4. Another selection of rooms in REB and […]

mailboxes don’t have to be boring

Posted by Dindrane on November 28, 2007 in art, challenge, links |

No, maybe these aren’t all “art,” but they’re fun: “Weird” mailboxes What would your ideal mailbox look like? Design one that says something about you, your artwork, and your aesthetic! (though of course in my area, I have to worry about rednecks with baseball bats either ruining my work or breaking their arm on my […]

The Aesthetic and Art of Rinne Nadeshico

Posted by Dindrane on November 27, 2007 in art, links |

Go over to Needcoffee.com where I’ve posted a link to the gallery of a fascinating young Japanese artist. She’s redoing the definition of “Yamato Nadeshiko,” which is long overdue. I explain more about it over there. An anime-like aesthetic with political import, and just plain cool, to boot.

Bent Objects

Posted by Dindrane on November 13, 2007 in art, links |

Bent Objects has a ton of awesome sculptures/photo collages. Go see them and be inspired! (found by Cosette, friend to Disiecta Membra)

oils vs. acrylics?

Posted by Dindrane on November 13, 2007 in art, links |

1st Art Club of Dallas has a brief, subjective look at choosing acrylics vs. oils as a medium for your work. I’d love to hear anyone’s comments on this subject in general or responses to this specific article. Warning: page uses the dreaded blink tag I’ve heard that if you’re only worried about the price […]

challenge: three versions of one photo

Posted by Dindrane on November 13, 2007 in art, challenge, links |

The Distraction Lab blog has an interesting entry today about painting three different versions of a chosen photo. This is an excellent idea/challenge; you could do as they did, using matching, complementary, and then triad colors, or you could just try different styles of painting, such as abstract, pointillist, etc., or using different media even. […]

AB project ideas

Posted by Dindrane on October 31, 2007 in art, challenge, links |

Suite 101 has an interesting article about adding niches, nooks, and more to altered books. There are only a few ideas, but they’re almost infinitely customizable and useful; besides, they might inspire yet more ideas in your mind for your own projects. What ideas does this list inspire in you? How about these ideas from […]

some interesting links today

Posted by Dindrane on October 22, 2007 in art, links |

An interesting article about an artist, Shakuntala Kulkarni of Mumbai, who tackles the “old feminist” issue–patriarchy and violence, not hatred of men. A look at some mixed media paintings that explore the ethnic region of the Santal in India.

some useful links today

Posted by Dindrane on October 18, 2007 in art, food, frugal living, links, recommendations |

This is an oldie, but a goodie, and we all need to watch it daily for best mental and physical health: Viking Kittens a nice little article from 43 Folders about paring your iTunes collection Having trouble with taking your laptop even places you have no real need for a computer, like even to the […]

sharing my art

Posted by Dindrane on October 18, 2007 in art |

Sharing my art is very hard for me, as it is for many people, because I am friends with what I call “real artists,” whose work is far and away better than mine; I try to remember that they are further along their life path as artists–for personal reasons, I never made much art as […]

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