shoes can definitely be art.
I’m supposed to be studying for an art history quiz that occurs in… 15 minutes… do you think I could when I was looking at blogs? no.
no. no. no.
and I definitely could not resist sharing these BEAUTIFUL images from Rumi Neely’s blog (fashiontoast.com). more to come later– but for now, I must study. MUST.
This morning, I rolled out of bed, combed my hair and went to school looking like a beaver fresh from playing in the mud. Seriously, not a good start to what I could tell was going to be an awful, dreadful day. After making the hike from my car to the Owens Art Center on campus, I walked into my advising appointment.
And it all changed.
I was greeted by a wonderful professor who was going to be my new academic advisor and who started talking to me about ME. She really gave me a feeling like she listened and cared– I’ll stop before I get too gushy. Eventually the subject rolled around to an artist whose work has been displayed around the world in ghettos, slums and really desolate areas. I hadn’t heard of him (and neither had she really) until the New York Times ran a story on him today. He is the TED winner for 2010 and is someone who really does move the soul, like most great artists.
I love clothes. And art. And music. So this, is my forum to share with you my world; the world I have created for myself through beautiful objects, images, songs, people, stories…
I don’t always love my life, but I am always consoled by the beautiful things in it.