Arielle Austin's next workshop is Saturday the 27th at @ravenandlily in the Domain. It’ll be an intimate, process-based workshop exploring the heart of abstract painting, and focuses more on the process of creating rather than the result. It’s all-inclusive, for all skill ranges and walks of life. :). Check out the workshop by this gifted and amazing artist @arielle_austin . Link to get tickets is on her profile
There is such freedom and self discovery in creating abstract art!
#supportlocalartists #austinart #abstractart
Rick Said So is an eerie absurdist 75 minutes of physical theatre. Through cycles of dexterous movement, surreal images, candidly intimate monologues, and original live music, Rick Said So follows themes of what compels us as humans, ultimately essaying the absurdity of existence.
November 2-4 at 8pm at 2200 Tillery •
Tickets acquired through the link in our bio or through frankwomencollective.com
Poster design by @chris.conard
The 5th Annual, Taste of #cedarpark was a success! We love being apart of this vibrant community. Guests love walking over to the #cedarparksculpturegarden. This great new piece is “Nebulous” by #westshorewindspirals. Come see all of the new art when you #stayincedarpark! #seedinggrowth #tasteofcedarpark
IT’S ALL IN YOUR HEAD - 04:04:17 - Time|Person|Year|Way|Day - What do the words in th above list have in common
One would certainly be forgiven for not recognizing them as the five most commonly used nouns in the English language. That the word time sits atop the list, along with two others that are unites of time, is a consequence of the overwhelming importance time plays in our lives. When we are not asking for the time, we are speaking of saving time, killing time, serving time, keeping time, not having time, tracking time, bedtime, time outs, buying time, good times, time travel, overtime, free time, and my personal favorite, lunchtime.
For their part, scientists and philosophers talk about subjective time, objective time, proper time, coordinate time, sidereal time, emergent time, time perception, encoding time, relativistic time, time cells, time dilation, reaction time, space-time, and the rather redundant Zeitgeber (time giver) time.
Presentism, as the name hints, states that only the present is real. Under presentism, the past is a configuration of the universe that once existed, and the future refers to some yet-to-be-determined configuration. Eternalism, in sharp contrast, states that the past and future are as equally real as the present. There is absolutely nothing particularly special about the present: under eternalism ‘now’ is to time as ‘here’ is to space, you know that there are many other points in space-different rooms, cities, planets, and galaxies-that are all equally valid places to be in. Similarly, even though you perceive yourself to be in a point in time you call ‘now,’ there are past and future moments in time in which other beings, and younger and older ‘you,’ find themselves. -Dean Buonomano, neuroscientist: Your Brain Is a Time Machine: The
Neuroscience and Physics of Time (2017) #time #physics #austinart #scottsdaleart #scottsdaleartist #phoenixart #phoenixartist #chicagoartist #chicagoart #orlandoart #orlandoartist #miamiart #miamiartist
Painted this a while back and would love to tattoo it
Just named ENR Texas & Louisiana's Best Project 2018 in the Cultural/Worship category. I think we'd all agree it's some well deserved recognition for Ellsworth Kelly's final work 👏 #blantonmuseum #austinart #ellsworthkelly
With #Halloween only two weeks away, here is a selection of art ideas from some very talented artists to get your inspiration flowing.
Featured artist: @mrrevenge
Featured artist: @blackfuryart
Featured artist: @blackheartcollection
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