Jade Abner

Oct 13

Phyllida Barlow is was one of my favorite artist of all time and always will be. I hope to meet her one day. <3


Oct 10

I recently heard some funny stories about Richard Long, so I’m crushin’ on him hard today.


Oct 6

Lead Pencil, Maryhill Double, 1996

Maryhill Double is a collaborative site-specific installation at the Maryhill Museum on Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge. Mihalyo and Han built a full-scale architectural double of the museum using common materials such as scaffolding and nylon construction netting in uncommon ways. Intending to invert and distort the viewer’s sense of spatial definition, the work is interactive, allowing spectators to ascend the scaffolding stairways, circumnavigate the building and cross the installation space by walking over the nylon netting.


Oct 5

Luis Barragán

  1. Cuadra San Cristobal, Mexico City
  2. Barragán Casa, Mexico City
  3. Gilardi Casa, Mexico City
  4. Las Arboledas, Mexico City
  5. Barragán Casa, Mexico City


senogluportfolio:

structure studies: bridge. rendering. 2008.

senogluportfolio:

structure studies: bridge. rendering. 2008.

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Houston map illustration by Mel Chin, 2000, 1 of 20

Houston map illustration by Mel Chin, 2000, 1 of 20


enkrates said: Did you get lost in trinidad? Ever comign back to tumblr?

I’m back! lol yes got a bit lost. 


Yokohama fenders are such beautiful objects.


It&#8217;s been a minute. I started filling up sketchbooks and notebooks and forgot how to blog. Let&#8217;s see how this goes. 

It’s been a minute. I started filling up sketchbooks and notebooks and forgot how to blog. Let’s see how this goes. 


Aug 10

Aug 5
Constantin Brancusi

Constantin Brancusi


philamuseum:

Brancusi’s “King of Kings&#8221; sculpture in 1956. “Things are not difficult to make; what is difficult is putting ourselves in the state of mind to make them.&#8221;—Constantin BrancusiSee more Brancusi.

philamuseum:

Brancusi’s “King of Kings” sculpture in 1956.

“Things are not difficult to make; what is difficult is putting ourselves in the state of mind to make them.”—Constantin Brancusi

See more Brancusi.

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Aug 4

springintosummer said: When did you know you wanted to express yourself through art?

I think I’ve always had a need to do something with my hands, and art has always allowed me to satisfy that need, ever since I can remember.

When I was in elementary, middle, and high school it was always my favorite subject and my parents only encouraged it, even at the young age of 6. I was never sure that I would pursue art academically. It wasn’t until after my first year of college that I realized creating and learning about art was something I had to do, because I couldn’t bear not to. 


So I gave my first official artist talk this past Friday at Austin City Hall, as apart of the Peoples Gallery programing, Art After Six, and it was such a great experience!!! On top of being a great opportunity I was able to learn about three other great artists: Michael Anthony Garcia, Carla Goodman, and Hector Hernandez. 

I started the presentation with this image, which is three things I&#8217;ve kept close over the past few years. To see images of my work check out jadeabner.com. 

So I gave my first official artist talk this past Friday at Austin City Hall, as apart of the Peoples Gallery programing, Art After Six, and it was such a great experience!!! On top of being a great opportunity I was able to learn about three other great artists: Michael Anthony Garcia, Carla Goodman, and Hector Hernandez. 

I started the presentation with this image, which is three things I’ve kept close over the past few years. To see images of my work check out jadeabner.com


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