I must redefine/reinvent myself, no re-enactment of the same mistakes made. Trying to separate my fears from my memories, but they're the same. Limits and lines are all that remain. I'm not addicted to this drama. I guess I'm just as scared as you....
Today I had the pleasure of making genuine ultramarine blue oil paint. The pigment, powdered lapis lazuli, creates one of the most sought after blue paints in all of art history. It is a paint that Vermeer used extensively.
While I’m not going to share the paint (it’s expensive!), I will share these nearly pornographic photos of the the paint-making process.
The Newspaper Rock State Historic Monument, which features a 200-square-footrock with one of the best preserved, largest known collections of petroglyphs. Located in San Juan County, Utah, USA.
The first carvings of Newspaper Rock date to around 2,000 years ago, and were left by people from the Archaic, Anasazi, Fremont, Navajo, Anglo, and Pueblo cultures.
[…] a heavily marked rock surface that looks as if it could have served as a bulletin board for passersby. In actuality, we do not know how these sites were used, but the notion of a communication center has endured.