Insomnia Drawings. Throbbing Pulse, Louise Bourgeois, 1944.

“I am an insomniac, so for me the state of being asleep is paradise. It is a paradise I can never reach. But I still try to conquer the insomnia, and to a large extent I have done it; it is conquerable. My drawings are a kind of rocking or stroking and an attempt at finding peace. Peaceful rhythm. Like rocking a baby to sleep.”

via this excellent tumblr.


Mia E. Göransson

Mia's ceramics are hot-baked kindred spirits to my own work, but frothier.

(found via Mike's ever-resourceful Contemporary Ceramics.)



Joseph Montegomery


"boxing is the love of my life"

Clara Bow, via Up Like Toast

I heard this excellent, wonderfully produced piece on NPR yesterday about Tyrieshia Douglas
who will compete this summer in the Olympics.

Also, on girls boxing, artist Margaret Meehan.


Winslow Homer
American, 1836-1910
River Scene, Florida
c. 1904

Gustave Le Gray
French, 1820-1882
Standing Female Nude
c. 1855

John Beasley Greene
American (French School), 1832-1856
The Nile