curated harvest of art science māyā

KELSEY SHWETZ

 

To-morrow morning the walls will stop spinning, the furniture and books will be in their proper places, always the same places, And my ideas, too, will fall back into place, and I'll begin to live again from day to day, without turning my head, looking just so far and no farther into the future. I'll stop paying attention to that discordant clutter in my heart. I'm tired of that diet. 

 

abstract lines serving representational ends

lines not knowing they're abstract

lines ending up abstract because they’re so intently concentrated on capturing observed form

 

My List.....

canopies

canapes

cucumbers

white marble

baths

color photos of potted plants

grass with clover

lemon

reading about descriptions of meals in novels

robin egg blue

down filled bedding

cardamom

orange blossom oil

waking up when it's sunny and going back to sleep

illustrations of fruit and vegetables

riding in a car at night and seeing Christmas lights

breakfast (as a verb)

sparkly fruit stickers

stripes

vintage etiquette manuals

poached eggs