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shoulderblades:

left from top: coyote: i like america and america likes me (1974), joesph in fur coat, hygiene-beutel, joseph beuys
right: a.f. vanvdevorst for studio voice, february 1999, vol. 278, japan
katharina prospekt: the russians by a.f. vandevorst

shoulderblades:

left from top: coyote: i like america and america likes me (1974), joesph in fur coat, hygiene-beutel, joseph beuys

right: a.f. vanvdevorst for studio voice, february 1999, vol. 278, japan

katharina prospekt: the russians by a.f. vandevorst

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so this happened

i quit my corporate job and moved down to the ocean on a whim to follow my dream of becoming a working and exhibiting fine artist, five months in, i’m working in a gallery, selling and exhibiting my art, meeting new and interesting people and seeing and experiencing new and interesting things. the universe has opened up in a way i always new possible in theory but was always hesitant to practice. its like the puzzle is falling into place. moral of the story; always follow your dreams, trust your instincts, take risks, work hard at what you love and never give up. it’s never too late or to early. now is the time

daleast

shoulderblades:

left from top: coyote: i like america and america likes me (1974), joesph in fur coat, hygiene-beutel, joseph beuys
right: a.f. vanvdevorst for studio voice, february 1999, vol. 278, japan
katharina prospekt: the russians by a.f. vandevorst

shoulderblades:

left from top: coyote: i like america and america likes me (1974), joesph in fur coat, hygiene-beutel, joseph beuys

right: a.f. vanvdevorst for studio voice, february 1999, vol. 278, japan

katharina prospekt: the russians by a.f. vandevorst

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so this happened

i quit my corporate job and moved down to the ocean on a whim to follow my dream of becoming a working and exhibiting fine artist, five months in, i’m working in a gallery, selling and exhibiting my art, meeting new and interesting people and seeing and experiencing new and interesting things. the universe has opened up in a way i always new possible in theory but was always hesitant to practice. its like the puzzle is falling into place. moral of the story; always follow your dreams, trust your instincts, take risks, work hard at what you love and never give up. it’s never too late or to early. now is the time

daleast

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