An Artistic Celebration of 50 Days in Quarantine

I’m sharing this post in honor of my 50th day of quarantine. Yes, we’ve all heard it a million times already–these are strange, historic, and difficult times. Although we’re all struggling on different levels, it’s always good to be thankful for who and what you have. I’m so grateful that my family is happy and…

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A Sculptural Take on Interior Art in Los Angeles

How often have you heard that we all need art in our homes and workspace? Upon hearing, do you immediately assume that person is trying to sell you art? Well, take it from me (someone who has absolutely no authority on the matter–but who isn’t trying to sell you anything), being surrounded by art is…

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Switzerland is One Part Fairy Tale, One Part Inspiration for Artists

The Rhine River, originating in the Swiss Alps, flows through Germany and the Netherlands, emptying into the North Sea. Along the way, you’ll find Rhine Falls. Located on the boarder of Schaffhausen and Zürich, it is the largest waterfall in all of Europe. In the photo below you can see two separate falls, divided by a rock…

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Have Your Very Own Escher Experience

I recently visited the Escher: The Exhibition and Experience at Industry City in Brooklyn. This fantastic show includes over 200 original works by the artist along with interactive displays where you can become a part of the art. If you’re unfamiliar with the name M. C. Escher, perhaps you’ve seen some of his works. The…

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Not All Art Shows Are Curated Equal. That’s Why You Have to Check Out The Hilma af Klint Exhibit at The Guggenheim.

For many years, the Swedish, female talent (whose works are on display at the Guggenheim in New York at this very moment) was unknown to most of the art world. It wasn’t until the 1980s, almost 40 years after her death, that she became internationally known. Hilma af Klint, it turns out, was among the first of…

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The Mona Lisa Really Isn’t All That Great

Here I am, right out front of the museum that served as a royal palace for more than 2 centuries. Every monarch who called it home expanded the grounds more and more. Eventually, Louis XIV moved his court to Versailles, and the Louvre was never the main royal residence again. It’s transformation to art museum…

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Denver, You Done Did It Again! Street Art That’ll Make You Smile.

I’ve been to Denver countless times. Without fail, I’m always impressed by the growth this thriving city boasts with each visit. After a quick, chilly walk around downtown, I ventured off to RiNo (River North Art District). Whatta neighborhood!! Scroll through the images below and you’ll see a stark difference once I enter this graffiti…

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Art is Alive and Weird in Berlin

I recently visited the beautiful, odd, and eclectic city of Berlin. Everywhere you turn there is something packed with history or something covered in graffiti. It has a very distinct personality–one of resilience and the bizarre. As you wander the streets, you get the feeling that many of the residents want to give the old,…

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ohhh! That’s why it’s called Venice.

To the west of Los Angeles lies the vibrant beachfront neighborhood of Venice. For many years, it was an independent city–until merging with LA in the 1920s. Today, it’s home to many artists, mystics, performers, and folks hoping to live close to the city center. It’s eclectic and terrifically odd. Walking the promenade along the…

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Jenny Does Dallas

I spent the weekend with my sweet parents in Dallas a while back. We stayed in a delightful little AirBnB (take a look at it here). It’s been so long since I’ve visited the DFW area, and I was surprised how much it changed. The Deep Ellum District is a really fun spot with lots…

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