Sasha Darling & The BellJar Blog — Taxidermy
So every-time I visit Megan's Blog over at My Love For You Is A Stampede Of Horses, I think she must be my long lost sister. We have, like the exact same taste in art. This morning I clicked over and found, to my delight, Angela Singer. We all know that I adore Taxidermy, but I also love girlie pretty-ness. Although the message is much more complicated than just appealing to Sasha Darling, Angela Singer's art feels like it was made to represent BellJar.
Maybe Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back
Adam Wallacavage Amazing Chandeliers
Adam Wallacavage is the maker of the dream lighting for my Pink Sparkle Tangerine world. This is a world I'm currently conceptualizing with my two twin nieces. Apparently in this world you can go and play with all the pets of the earth and some pets from space too. It's also partially underwater but even kittens can breath in Pink Sparkle Tangerine World. Don't you want to visit too? At least you know there will be good lighting and since it's under the sea I'm requesting Sushi. I will consult with the twins.
Jessica Joslin Solo Show
Brass & Bone Lisa Sette Gallery April 1 – 24, 2010 Opening April 1st, 7 - 9pm http://www.lisasettegallery.com/ If I lived there I would totally go to this! Love me Some Jessica Joslin.
Polly Morgan's work takes a romantic and delicate approach to taxidermy art, putting her specimens in unexpected scenarios forcing the viewer to see the animal possibly for the first time.In her own words she explains, "the rat sheds his association with horror and disease and can be rightfully viewed as a beautiful animal."
Th tiny chandeliers and the wonderful lighting add to the delight for me. It's not too late to buy Sasha Darling a Chanukkah present!!!