A few nights ago, I was browsing Etsy for some cute children’s illustrations to kick my butt into gear and get some art on the walls for my wee one. I stumbled upon Kristin Shockley of Brilliant Critter and FELL.
My fiance and I were looking at books and came across the new Spectrum and that’s where I fell in love with the Otto and Victoria illustrations by Brian Kessinger. I have added yet another artist to my growing list of
(My promised Monday Muses post from yesterday… Feeling much better) I’m on a little bit of an Art Deco kick. Last week, I was obsessed with George Barbier’s illustrations. Today, I want to talk about Erte. Erte, born Romain de Tirtoff,
George Barbier (1882-1932) was a French illustrator who helped give rise to the Art Deco movement. He was an artist, fashion illustrator, and theatre designer. His works feature the characteristic fashionable, flamboyant, and decadent style that defines the Art
Boyfriend and I finally had a chance to have a little adventure… a quick one but an adventure nonetheless. We wound up in Laguna Beach and wandered into a gallery. I found Daniel Merriam’s art in a gallery on PCH.