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phoebe-bird:

jannamorton:

greenwhimsy:

I’m so excited to finally be able to tell you about this! I have a piece in the amazing group show Girls: Fact and Fiction, opening December 7th and running until January 4th, at Light Grey Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The concept for the show is that there will be two rooms in the gallery, one dedicated to real life females and one dedicated to fictional female characters/figures. I chose to make an illustration of the Virgin Mary (who, along with other religious figures and mythological beings, is considered “fact” for this show). Because of my Catholic upbringing, Mary has been an important female figure in my life for about as long as I can remember. It was a fun little challenge I set up for myself, attempting to depict in a new and interesting way a person who has already been depicted millions of times before.
You can order prints of it here! And if you order before December 7th you’re guaranteed to get it before the holidays. How perfect would this print be as a Christmas present?!
 Also, if you purchase $100 or more worth of merchandise in the Light Grey Gallery shop, you get a free copy of the Girls book, which includes images and write-ups for all of the pieces in the show. If you need suggestions for other prints to buy, I have several friends who also have work in the show: Jimmy Malone, Julianna Brion, Mika Nakano, Kathleen Marcotte, Celine Loup, Kyle Fewell, Kali Ciesemier. I won’t be able to attend the opening on December 7th but if you’re in the Minneapolis area you should definitely check it out!

The links should all work now! Thanks, Satan’s Handmaiden (who, by the way, has a wonderful Tumblr blog that you should all check out)!

beautiful, Janna!

phoebe-bird:

jannamorton:

greenwhimsy:

I’m so excited to finally be able to tell you about this! I have a piece in the amazing group show Girls: Fact and Fiction, opening December 7th and running until January 4th, at Light Grey Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The concept for the show is that there will be two rooms in the gallery, one dedicated to real life females and one dedicated to fictional female characters/figures. I chose to make an illustration of the Virgin Mary (who, along with other religious figures and mythological beings, is considered “fact” for this show). Because of my Catholic upbringing, Mary has been an important female figure in my life for about as long as I can remember. It was a fun little challenge I set up for myself, attempting to depict in a new and interesting way a person who has already been depicted millions of times before.

You can order prints of it here! And if you order before December 7th you’re guaranteed to get it before the holidays. How perfect would this print be as a Christmas present?!


Also, if you purchase $100 or more worth of merchandise in the Light Grey Gallery shop, you get a free copy of the Girls book, which includes images and write-ups for all of the pieces in the show. If you need suggestions for other prints to buy, I have several friends who also have work in the show: Jimmy Malone, Julianna Brion, Mika Nakano, Kathleen Marcotte, Celine Loup, Kyle Fewell, Kali Ciesemier.

I won’t be able to attend the opening on December 7th but if you’re in the Minneapolis area you should definitely check it out!

The links should all work now! Thanks, Satan’s Handmaiden (who, by the way, has a wonderful Tumblr blog that you should all check out)!

beautiful, Janna!

moonandtrees:

wallpaper from print and pattern

moonandtrees:

wallpaper from print and pattern

(Source: printpattern.blogspot.com)

hicockalorum:

source for this piece?
Tineye came up with nothing and TOO MANY PEOPLE POST IMAGES WITHOUT SOURCES

hicockalorum:

source for this piece?

Tineye came up with nothing and TOO MANY PEOPLE POST IMAGES WITHOUT SOURCES

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The best way I can love you is by not losing myself in you, but growing with you.
– Navin E. (via kvtes)

(Source: wordswritteninsilence, via moonandtrees)

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(Source: desenharts, via moonandtrees)

phoebe-bird:

jannamorton:

greenwhimsy:

I’m so excited to finally be able to tell you about this! I have a piece in the amazing group show Girls: Fact and Fiction, opening December 7th and running until January 4th, at Light Grey Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The concept for the show is that there will be two rooms in the gallery, one dedicated to real life females and one dedicated to fictional female characters/figures. I chose to make an illustration of the Virgin Mary (who, along with other religious figures and mythological beings, is considered “fact” for this show). Because of my Catholic upbringing, Mary has been an important female figure in my life for about as long as I can remember. It was a fun little challenge I set up for myself, attempting to depict in a new and interesting way a person who has already been depicted millions of times before.
You can order prints of it here! And if you order before December 7th you’re guaranteed to get it before the holidays. How perfect would this print be as a Christmas present?!
 Also, if you purchase $100 or more worth of merchandise in the Light Grey Gallery shop, you get a free copy of the Girls book, which includes images and write-ups for all of the pieces in the show. If you need suggestions for other prints to buy, I have several friends who also have work in the show: Jimmy Malone, Julianna Brion, Mika Nakano, Kathleen Marcotte, Celine Loup, Kyle Fewell, Kali Ciesemier. I won’t be able to attend the opening on December 7th but if you’re in the Minneapolis area you should definitely check it out!

The links should all work now! Thanks, Satan’s Handmaiden (who, by the way, has a wonderful Tumblr blog that you should all check out)!

beautiful, Janna!

phoebe-bird:

jannamorton:

greenwhimsy:

I’m so excited to finally be able to tell you about this! I have a piece in the amazing group show Girls: Fact and Fiction, opening December 7th and running until January 4th, at Light Grey Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The concept for the show is that there will be two rooms in the gallery, one dedicated to real life females and one dedicated to fictional female characters/figures. I chose to make an illustration of the Virgin Mary (who, along with other religious figures and mythological beings, is considered “fact” for this show). Because of my Catholic upbringing, Mary has been an important female figure in my life for about as long as I can remember. It was a fun little challenge I set up for myself, attempting to depict in a new and interesting way a person who has already been depicted millions of times before.

You can order prints of it here! And if you order before December 7th you’re guaranteed to get it before the holidays. How perfect would this print be as a Christmas present?!


Also, if you purchase $100 or more worth of merchandise in the Light Grey Gallery shop, you get a free copy of the Girls book, which includes images and write-ups for all of the pieces in the show. If you need suggestions for other prints to buy, I have several friends who also have work in the show: Jimmy Malone, Julianna Brion, Mika Nakano, Kathleen Marcotte, Celine Loup, Kyle Fewell, Kali Ciesemier.

I won’t be able to attend the opening on December 7th but if you’re in the Minneapolis area you should definitely check it out!

The links should all work now! Thanks, Satan’s Handmaiden (who, by the way, has a wonderful Tumblr blog that you should all check out)!

beautiful, Janna!

moonandtrees:

wallpaper from print and pattern

moonandtrees:

wallpaper from print and pattern

(Source: printpattern.blogspot.com)

hicockalorum:

source for this piece?
Tineye came up with nothing and TOO MANY PEOPLE POST IMAGES WITHOUT SOURCES

hicockalorum:

source for this piece?

Tineye came up with nothing and TOO MANY PEOPLE POST IMAGES WITHOUT SOURCES

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carnetimaginaire:

Heliana Adalgiza, Portrait

carnetimaginaire:

Heliana Adalgiza, Portrait

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The best way I can love you is by not losing myself in you, but growing with you.
– Navin E. (via kvtes)

(Source: wordswritteninsilence, via moonandtrees)

"The best way I can love you is by not losing myself in you, but growing with you."

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