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Eric Fischl Paints the Precariousness of Growing Old

Eric Fischl, “Daddy’s Gone, Girl” (2016), oil on linen, 78 x 107 in

In his new show at Skarstedt, the artist creates confrontations between young, fresh bodies and tired, aging flesh.

Source: Eric Fischl Paints the Precariousness of Growing Old

Odilon Redon (1840-1916 French) • Le Jour (from the Dream series) 1891 | inni in vani

Source: Odilon Redon (1840-1916 French) • Le Jour (from the Dream series) 1891 | inni in vani

Seven – from Noah Eli Gordon | The Brooklyn Rail

It’s All You


All the geraniums
All the paintings of geraniums
All the photographs of geraniums
The word geranium
In all the languages
That have a word for geraniums
Lucky you & your constant removal
My daughter who doesn’t know
Why she’s crying tells me
I feel like there are
Tornadoes in my head
She’s four and her drawings
Of flowers look like the sun


Noah Eli Gordon lives in Denver, CO and teaches in the MFA program for Creative Writing at CU Boulder, where he currently directs Subito Press. His most recent book is The Word Kingdom in the Word Kingdom (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2015).

Source: Seven | The Brooklyn Rail

Carrie Moyer

Carrie Moyer

Motor Belly, 2012
Acrylic, glitter on canvas
60 x 72 inches



Information and news about painter Carrie Moyer, including paintings, works on paper, agitprop, Dyke Action Machine! public art projects as well as her art writing.

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Silence, Odilon Redon | inni in vani

Source: Silence, Odilon Redon | inni in vani

“Morning Studio” by Nicole Eisenman

I ran across this painting by Nicole Eisenman this morning on Facebook and it really grabbed my attention. There’s something about the cozy sweatpants vibe of the person with the default Emoji Yellow™ skin in

Source: “Morning Studio” by Nicole Eisenman

The Goldfinch, a bird’s-eye view


The most viewed and possibly even the most famous little bird in the history of art. And undoubtedly one of the best-loved paintings in the Mauritshuis collection.

Source: The Goldfinch, a bird’s-eye view