Tuesday, October 19, 2010

vintage wallet. rings from forever 21, lucky brand, and white elephant antique store.

jewelry from the metropolitan
"Bohemia lies by the sea" by: Anselm Kiefer. Medium: Oil, emulsion, shellac, charcoal, and powdered paint on burlap.

Spent the day in NYC. The boys wouldn't let me go to an actual restaraunt for lunch and I was then forced to choose from the wide variety of the NYC vendors. Bought a $2 hot dog. I hate that. It was an even bigger let down than one of those masproduced fortune cookies with no fortune at all. Just false advice. Went to the Metropolitan and completely lost my sanity over the jewelry collection. Not sure how I can get my hands on these 4 objects but it must happen. Who would I even talk to about that? Shattered dream. Considering remaking the rams head bracelets. Not sure how. They're just too fantastic. I absolutely need one. Or three. Fell into a new artist. Anselm Kiefer. Absolutely fantastic. Almost like a more realistic and organized Pollock. This "Bohemia lies by the sea" piece was one of those stomach punching images. Stepping back. One. Two. Twenty. This landscape just appeared. Fabulous. Alex had the brilliant idea of finding an NYC salvation army. I think we walked 30 miles. On our way we passed a literal dog parade. Still not sure how those men pulled that little sherade off. The salvation army was pretty successful. Got some coats. Over all successful day. I enjoy subway rides. They're filthy, and entertaining. New York again soon. Minus the hot dog.


  1. I had such a fun trip too! It was great to spend the day with you guys.

  2. I'll remake you the bracelets in my jewelry class.


    Did you take that picture of the Kiefer painting? People looking at art, noiceee.

  3. hot dogs are so gross...

    from vendors, or from sheetz.

    post a new blog with pics from your fancy new camera...

    just dont post any of my in my underwear.

    i love youuuu... <3