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Jeff Zimmerman

Jeff Zimmerman was born Kentucky in 1968. He spent his childhood at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, Colorado, with his artist parents. In 1988, while pursuing a degree in anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Zimmerman took his first glassblowing class. He received his BFA at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Tennessee. Summers were spent on staff at Pilchuck Glass School near Seattle, where Zimmerman was exposed to master Italian glassworkers Lino Tagliapietra and Pino Signoretto. Zimmerman’s training also includes working as a master glassblower at the International Center of Research on Glass and Visual Arts (CIRVA), in Marseille, France. more

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By: Milan Nenezić
Catarsis, 2012, oil on canvas, 140 x 100 cm, Private collection, Belgrade, Serbia

Dreams & Visions are paintings that are dealing with symbols and personifications of emotions through different states of consciousness (dreams, halucinations, visions, reiki, meditation etc.). They appear as a reflection of an inner and outer experience of self, as a part of existence in the field of life frequencies.

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Catarsis, 2012, oil on canvas, 140 x 100 cm, Private collection, Belgrade, Serbia
Dreams & Visions are paintings that are dealing with symbols and personifications of emotions through different states of consciousness (dreams, halucinations, visions, reiki, meditation etc.). They appear as a reflection of an inner and outer experience of self, as a part of existence in the field of life frequencies.

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Barbara Tosatto: Theatrical Paintings Hint at Mythological

Barbara Tosatto ThemesSwiss painter Barbara Tosatto’s work takes cues from the storied and symbolic. Most of her pieces focus on a solitary figure, transplanted in some vacant background, isolated from indicators of time or setting. These figures are human, but disrupted — bound in sheets and gauzy veils, or weighed down with ropes or chains. With titles like “The Tyranny of Doubt” or “The Truce” it’s hard not to see the pieces as portraits of mythological characters, embodying some archetypal human ability or curse. Mostly depicted with their faces obscured, or contorted from some type of bondage, the figures’ entrapment seems more tragic in their desolate surroundings, offering no alternative to the struggle. But their situation is still somehow noble, if seen as shouldering the weight of humanity’s conditions.

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have you ever met someone who is like the human version of period cramps

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I think this is the first time something has conveyed to me with true clarity just how bad period cramps are.

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Why Guys Like Asian Girls - Anna Akana

Everyone needs to watch this video. Now.

100% on point especially about men thinking that having “yellow fever” is a compliment and we’re supposed to be flattered by it. It’s the #1 way to parade around your blatant racism.

I LOVE ANNA AKANA GOD BLESS