So Neato………Also if this docu. had been made about Tokyo it would be called Nihon Lights….. RIIGHT??!!!!! I
Don’t know where these come from….But these are the utensils I’m looking for.
Also please note: I haven’t been posting lately because I’m seriously in a gnarly aggro swipe of paperwork. I’m totes paperwork’d … The joys of being trans… national Ahhhhh I’m sorry I also enjoy saying I’m bi… National.
Guys … OMG guys… Let’s make disapproving Samurai a thing. I’m going to use it next time someone vexes me and the best part is it’s disapproval en masse !
I just discovered this interesting tid bit: these awesome ‘stels (is that not a good abbreviation?!) of Tyrus Wong inspire Disney’s much beloved (but not by me … Just *teehee* let it go) Bambi, he retired to make kites, but most importantly is also 103 years old!! What! I’d say lifetime accomplished.
More importantly he’s a part of this pretty rad exhibit that I’m going to have to stampede and go and see at the Vincent Price museum (until March 25th) called Round the Clock: Chinese American Artists working in Los Angeles.
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Aria’s deco. was minimal but effective:A dragon in a sea of red lanterns. Raisin the Red lantern… Am I right or am I right.
The Muckenthaler’s first gallery opening of the season, Hanji: Contemporary Korean Paper Art, starts tomorrow February 6th at 6:30 p.m. Come see art from Young Hoon Kim, Dong Hyun Chung, Soon Ok Ahn, Jong Kook Lee, Theresa Hwang, and Yeon Sook Bae interpret the ancient form in a variety of unexpected ways for the 21st Century.
The Gallery will be open Wednesdays-Sunday, 12:00p.m.- 4:00 p.m. from February 6th- April 13th. There will be a special gallery tour on March 6th as well starting at 7:30 p.m. The gallery is free so be sure to make it out to see these extraordinary artists!
Prepare for a barrage of New Year courtesy of Vegas. This is Bellagio’s offering. I enjoy horse mountain!! The golden horse at the top spins but the money tree is kind of wondrous.