miscellany
mis·cel·la·ny/ˈmisəˌlānē/
Noun:
A group or collection of different items; a mixture.
Synonyms:
medley - mixture - miscellanea
miscellany
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7knotwind:

last Friday we had a day at DIA:Beacon- It was akin to a pilgrimage for me, seeing works that truly transcend words and engage the viewer in a way that an image could never capture. (These photos are not mine—cameras are not allowed- as not to interrupt the almost spiritual aspect of experiencing these works)
for me the highlight was the company of fellow artists, friends and peers, our host and an unnamed special guest. But being allowed behind the glass to experience the Heizer up close was amazing.
Images of work by: Heizer, Serra and Richter
7knotwind:

last Friday we had a day at DIA:Beacon- It was akin to a pilgrimage for me, seeing works that truly transcend words and engage the viewer in a way that an image could never capture. (These photos are not mine—cameras are not allowed- as not to interrupt the almost spiritual aspect of experiencing these works)
for me the highlight was the company of fellow artists, friends and peers, our host and an unnamed special guest. But being allowed behind the glass to experience the Heizer up close was amazing.
Images of work by: Heizer, Serra and Richter
7knotwind:

last Friday we had a day at DIA:Beacon- It was akin to a pilgrimage for me, seeing works that truly transcend words and engage the viewer in a way that an image could never capture. (These photos are not mine—cameras are not allowed- as not to interrupt the almost spiritual aspect of experiencing these works)
for me the highlight was the company of fellow artists, friends and peers, our host and an unnamed special guest. But being allowed behind the glass to experience the Heizer up close was amazing.
Images of work by: Heizer, Serra and Richter
7knotwind:

last Friday we had a day at DIA:Beacon- It was akin to a pilgrimage for me, seeing works that truly transcend words and engage the viewer in a way that an image could never capture. (These photos are not mine—cameras are not allowed- as not to interrupt the almost spiritual aspect of experiencing these works)
for me the highlight was the company of fellow artists, friends and peers, our host and an unnamed special guest. But being allowed behind the glass to experience the Heizer up close was amazing.
Images of work by: Heizer, Serra and Richter
7knotwind:

last Friday we had a day at DIA:Beacon- It was akin to a pilgrimage for me, seeing works that truly transcend words and engage the viewer in a way that an image could never capture. (These photos are not mine—cameras are not allowed- as not to interrupt the almost spiritual aspect of experiencing these works)
for me the highlight was the company of fellow artists, friends and peers, our host and an unnamed special guest. But being allowed behind the glass to experience the Heizer up close was amazing.
Images of work by: Heizer, Serra and Richter
7knotwind:

last Friday we had a day at DIA:Beacon- It was akin to a pilgrimage for me, seeing works that truly transcend words and engage the viewer in a way that an image could never capture. (These photos are not mine—cameras are not allowed- as not to interrupt the almost spiritual aspect of experiencing these works)
for me the highlight was the company of fellow artists, friends and peers, our host and an unnamed special guest. But being allowed behind the glass to experience the Heizer up close was amazing.
Images of work by: Heizer, Serra and Richter
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generalelectric:

At GE Global Research, a tube of almost pure quartz is heated to temperatures of around 1,700 degrees Celsius to create custom laboratory glassware. The material is then molded and tailored specifically to the experiment it’s being created for. Imagery by @seenewphoto.
generalelectric:

At GE Global Research, a tube of almost pure quartz is heated to temperatures of around 1,700 degrees Celsius to create custom laboratory glassware. The material is then molded and tailored specifically to the experiment it’s being created for. Imagery by @seenewphoto.
generalelectric:

At GE Global Research, a tube of almost pure quartz is heated to temperatures of around 1,700 degrees Celsius to create custom laboratory glassware. The material is then molded and tailored specifically to the experiment it’s being created for. Imagery by @seenewphoto.
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likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
likeafieldmouse:

Maurice Carlin
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blue-voids:

Jang Min-Seung & Jung Jaeil - The Moments, 2012
blue-voids:

Jang Min-Seung & Jung Jaeil - The Moments, 2012
blue-voids:

Jang Min-Seung & Jung Jaeil - The Moments, 2012
blue-voids:

Jang Min-Seung & Jung Jaeil - The Moments, 2012
blue-voids:

Jang Min-Seung & Jung Jaeil - The Moments, 2012
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jaylonisrael:

JAYLON ISRAEL HICKS
Work NO. 3
Acrylic on canvas
jaylonisrael:

JAYLON ISRAEL HICKS
Work NO. 3
Acrylic on canvas
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justanothermasterpiece:

Sarah Krepp.
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Jaden Smith Gif Hunt~
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preciousandfregilethings:

5582db:
Ray Malone
preciousandfregilethings:

5582db:
Ray Malone
preciousandfregilethings:

5582db:
Ray Malone
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crystallizations:

Installation by Walter De Maria at the Chichu Art Museum in Japan.
crystallizations:

Installation by Walter De Maria at the Chichu Art Museum in Japan.
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The Last House on Holland Island

The Last House on Holland Island

The Last House on Holland Island

The Last House on Holland Island

The Last House on Holland Island

The Last House on Holland Island

The Last House on Holland Island
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billorcutt:

Portrait of Raven
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gifsee:

Follow Me, I’ll Follow Back ♥
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