Discussion in 'Inspired Art' started by Dr.Amber Trichome, Aug 4, 2016.
Thanks man! Appreciate the support and kind words. I got a lot more work to do on him . My husband picked up some killer weed at this shop. grape Ape and Super Silver Haze.
Mary Janes is very beautiful and stylish on the outside. On the inside it has a very homie cozy inviting feel to it. The sales reps are very knowledgeable and give good customer service. Excellent selection of locally grown Oregon Top Shelf weed. I'm high as fuk right now. cheers!
Grape ape .
What a killer show that was! Some crazy bitch cast a spell on me as I entered the concert venue. I was walking in and to the lawn area when I felt A wild tingling sensation runn up my tailbone through my spinal column and up into my brain. I was totally spooked! I turned around in shock to see what happened and this short fat wicked looking bitch was smiling at me because I realized she had taken her hand to my back like that. I yelled at her saying, What the FUCk?!! And she laughed evil and said , " jeez, it's not like I felt you up." Giggled and walked away into the crowd.... The sensation she gave me jolted my body and mind into a clairvoyant vibe elevating the entire concert experience. So weird!!
I just finished this drawing.
What's with all this monkey business?!
That's absolutely fantastic!
Started a new drawing. It's a larger one. It's kinda Fishy. I am really getting my hooks into it. It's going to be fun tangling him up in a bunch of fishing lines.im hoping for a A real Hook and sinker with this one , nuk nuk nuk nuk nuk.
Now you're just trolling for big 'uns!
Went to the Philadelphia art museum. Here are some things on exhibit there.
Duchamp s perm installation . Woood door with peep holes. You look inside and see this naked women spread eagle with a waterfall . It was hard to get a picture through the peephole.
And the Rodin museum has some beautiful sculptures
Yup Rock Hard exciting stuff folks!
Finished these 3 the day my father died. 10-22-17. Rip CRW
Now headed in a different direction.
Sorry to hear about your father.
I hope you spent Thanksgiving with family.
Thanks TTYs! I didn’t get to spend Thanksgiving with the family. They all live 3000 miles away on the east Coast. We spent some quality time together at the funeral services, although under sad circumstances . I did see the old man 3 weeks before he died in PA. I will see some of them hopefully when I go to NYC for my bday in March of next year. Looking forward to that trip very much so. I will try to hit up as many art museums and art galleries as I can while visiting. Try to get a real pulse of the city now . I haven’t been there since before 9-11!! Jeez time flies.
That's a great pic in its own right.
I stare into that magical city
i stare into that image daydreaming my past and future. Coke in alphabet city and weekend art classes at FIT, The school of Visual Art and the Arts Students league we’re so fun!! You ever spend time in NYC TYs?
mAN I TotlLY DIg your style!! The top piece is a van Gogh like and the bottom one looks like a forest with budda spirits sitting by the trail. It’s real Trippy. I wish I had a bigger screen then my phone to look at how it was made. How did you make it?
The bottom one was from a Bob Ross video on YouTube of a forest but I stopped before any color was added. The starry nights was also a how to from YouTube.
I have not been to New York, except to change planes on the way to Europe. Or so my folks told me, I was maybe 6 months old at the time lol
Ya’ll jus might wanna check out This movie about Vincent Van Gough. It’s called “loving Vincent “ the first %100 painted movie. The filming was very trippy . The story line a bit weak. Music kinda sucked. But it was like watching his paintings come alive.
I saw it in a small downtown movie house not regal theater.
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