Some Art that I have loved for 10 years+

Art helps you thrive. I can remember being a young teenager and falling deeply down a rabbit hole of truly wild art. Think Japanese Guro, a sub unit of manga that features extreme gore. I remember Shintaro Kago, one of my favorite artists to this day. Trevor Brown, of course. I have both of their Continue reading Some Art that I have loved for 10 years+

so, goodnight pressure, I am here

I am certain the pressure of making a high quality first post for the new year made me put it off for way longer than I should have. Sorry about that! That, coupled with a phase of mounting depression (that has since eased it’s way out of my life- goodbye December!) equates to my not Continue reading so, goodnight pressure, I am here

48″ x 38″ of pure heart broken stretched artist ready canvas

that I’ll be playing with for the rest of my life “This has been so many things, though.”, I explained to my friend as he came by and conveniently took away some paintings of mine that have been giving me a weird glare and need to leave where I sleep at night. I’ve surrendered.  I Continue reading 48″ x 38″ of pure heart broken stretched artist ready canvas

Art means more to me than you do

but I still feel really bad about it. My roommates just left and I dont know where they are but I am here swallowing my decisions over and over again every time I take a sip of tea. I’m listening to La Maison de Mon Reve again because it’s still one of my favorite albums Continue reading Art means more to me than you do

art by Hikari Shimoda

        Hikari Shimoda was born in 1984 in Nagano, Japan. Her paintings are generally ethereal and dreamlike and take obvious inspiration from anime and manga. Her children look hypnotized, often injured and coquettish. They are cute and surreal and entirely beautiful in the soft pastel dreamscapes hat she creates with her artwork. Continue reading art by Hikari Shimoda