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Giant Groundhog-esque Critters Adorably Chilled With Dinosaurs

Giant Groundhog-esque Critters Adorably Chilled With Dinosaurs

junkyardarts November 21, 2014 Comments Off on Giant Groundhog-esque Critters Adorably Chilled With Dinosaurs

So here’s some great news: apparently a “bizarre” super heavyweight groundhog-like creature lived with with the dinosaurs in Madagascar, and went to each other’s cookouts and pool parties millions of years before large mammals

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Digital Detox: Talk Face to Face at the PEM

Digital Detox: Talk Face to Face at the PEM

junkyardarts November 17, 2014 Comments Off on Digital Detox: Talk Face to Face at the PEM

I’m bad at this too, so this may seem a little hypocritical, but how about we take a night away from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and just enjoy some good ol’ direct human interaction? If

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Simplify.ThatSh.It Turns Your Home Photos Into Modern Art

Simplify.ThatSh.It Turns Your Home Photos Into Modern Art

junkyardarts October 29, 2014 Comments Off on Simplify.ThatSh.It Turns Your Home Photos Into Modern Art

Have an urge to turn everything you love into a wonder of Modern art? Me too.  Our dreams of being the next Futurist are coming to fruition with my new favorite thing, Simplify.ThatSh.It.  It’s

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Putin’s Fan Club Throws The Best Paint Parties

Putin’s Fan Club Throws The Best Paint Parties

junkyardarts October 8, 2014 Comments Off on Putin’s Fan Club Throws The Best Paint Parties

This is for real. What’s a girl gotta do to get a Groupon for one of these paint parties? BBC

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The Art of A Trade – Sign Writing Gets Some Love In This Short

The Art of A Trade – Sign Writing Gets Some Love In This Short

junkyardarts September 26, 2014 Comments Off on The Art of A Trade – Sign Writing Gets Some Love In This Short

Is there anything more satisfying than a perfectly smooth line?  I love looking at it.  I love watching it happen.  I even love how it happens in different mediums!  Ink, charcoal, paint, it doesn’t

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To Do: Throwback Game Night at the Peabody Essex

To Do: Throwback Game Night at the Peabody Essex

junkyardarts August 14, 2014 Comments Off on To Do: Throwback Game Night at the Peabody Essex

Looking to get weird on a giant Twister mat in a public space with a bunch of strangers who are also artistically inclined? Well the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) has the night for you!

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Inspiration Nation: Gilded Age

Inspiration Nation: Gilded Age

junkyardarts July 31, 2014 Comments Off on Inspiration Nation: Gilded Age

Age ain’t nothin’ but a number. Wrinkles on the other hand do their darndest to plaster that number all over our faces, hands, just about everywhere.  But why the shame in showing our age?

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The Blurred Lines Between Scientific Illustrations & Art

The Blurred Lines Between Scientific Illustrations & Art

junkyardarts June 19, 2014 Comments Off on The Blurred Lines Between Scientific Illustrations & Art

True story: I had to have plastic surgery on my ears and during the process I asked my surgeon what her passion was (besides chopping up the human body) and she said “art”.  It

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Last Minute Plans: Artist Book Signing

Last Minute Plans: Artist Book Signing

junkyardarts June 12, 2014 Comments Off on Last Minute Plans: Artist Book Signing

The wonderful thing about poetry is that despite the original intent, a reader often finds their own meaning in it. Love poems are particularly vulnerable to varied interpretations, changing meaning depending on the reader’s

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Antique Shop Painting Turns Out To Be Early Dali

Antique Shop Painting Turns Out To Be Early Dali

junkyardarts June 2, 2014 1

Mark this under “Why It Pays To Know Your Art”: Tomeu L’Amo, a painter and an art historian, found a lovely work of surrealist art in a store in Northern Spain in the late 1980’s.

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