if you haven’t already seen the news on my art website, i’m about
to wrap these pieces up and take them on a little field trip to
brooklyn. they’ll be on display this friday at greepoint gallery
in their nine year anniversary small works show. and although i
won’t be there to celebrate, those of you who enjoy my art [or
art in general for that matter] should go to the reception at
8pm. see you there [in spirit]!
here is my art:
here is my statement:
i wanted to use more glitter, i wanted that glitter to be pink,
and i want my art to speak for itself.
here are some detail shots:
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vegetables are a vital part of a well-balanced diet, and in my
world, so are cupcakes. i’ve obviously decided to combine the
two into one
indulgent, unhealthy, sugary healthy recipe! feel
free to add diced, candied ginger to the batter, or sprinkle some
chopped pecans on top for even more nutrients. and if you’re
really health-conscious like, me you’ll be sure to eat at least
two of these cupcakes a day until there are none left. enjoy!
a heavy dose of steroids [i’m serious] has left me slightly dizzy
and bedridden for the entire day, which i [obviously] spent
watching food network… what else would i do? so after drooling
at my tv all day, i managed to drag my ear-infected [hungry] self
to fairway to grab the necessary ingredients to test ina garten’s
baked sweet potato “fries” recipe.
besides for cutting my potatoes differently and soaking the raw
fries in cold water for about five minutes and then drying them
[to ensure crispiness], i followed the recipe pretty
literally… and it was absolutely delicious… and this is not
so shocking considering ina never fails at calculating the
no ‘roid rage here. i’m one happy [and full] recipe tester!
the title says it all; this is the best dish i have ever made.
i have nothing left to say.