“The House in Grey” by Marc Chagall, 1917
I’ve got Marc Chagall on my brain again. Probably because I’ve been uploading my own portfolio to Instagram recently, and the piece I posted today is an homage to him.
I’ve always loved Chagall’s work overall, especially his landscapes and townscapes.
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“Guide” by Kiki Smith, 2013
A little Kiki for your Sunday! This artwork by Kiki Smith caught my eye this week. I love her work. A quick post, but I thought I’d post it here…
“The Seventh World” by Todd Powelson
I just finished this new artwork of the dreaming Earth. She is dreaming of the Sun, Moon, and Stars… but mostly She dreams of the clouds and sky, mountains and lakes, green, and ever-changing life.
You can buy this as a high quality 24″ x 16″ canvas print through my website by visiting www.toddpowelson.com
This is part of my “Songs from the Earth” series, and you can check out the rest of that series by clicking here.
I got a couple of new pendants from Wulflund Jewelry that I wanted to post here because I think they do beautiful work. For myself, I got the Green Man (above), and I got the bird pendant for Anna (also above). The bird is technically an owl, but it reminds me of our cockatoo Sapphron.
I really really wanted the snake (pictured below), but didn’t get it in the end because I thought it looked like it might be too big. Now I regret that decision. Maybe I will still get it. I like snakes.
I was also very tempted by Thor‘s Hammer Mjolnir (also below), but decided not to get that in the end because this type of pendant and symbol is strongly associated with the neo-pagan/heathen religion Asatru. While I am interested in pagan and heathen beliefs in general, Asatru doesn’t really describe my personal spirituality and I wanted to be respectful I guess.
Wulflund has some other very nice pieces, and I recommend everybody check out their work. And Wulflund don’t just do jewelry, they are also a full-on blacksmith with swords, armor, gauntlets, etc. I could drop a whole lot of money there, if I had more money to drop 🙂
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