For mini-scenes, craft, jewelry, play, dieters, etc.
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@jeremyoharris #lastnight @slaveplaybway
@macdowellcolony reunion @ryanleegallery for @joshdormanart show 🥳 #chelseaopenings #backtoschool #artnight
This fluke was no fluke. Thanks to @montauk_fishing_charters and @tialendo and @chipdwyer for an amazing expedition off the East End’s most gorgeous spot and congrats @stevemacone for reeling in this beauty 🐟 #dinner
Thanks to all, near and far, for the birthday wishes. Shuffleboard, beloveds and family — couldn’t ask for more for my 🎂 week!
From my first rainy day to my last night’s technicolor sunset— and all the friends, Mezcal tutorials and fishing in between—MacDowell was unforgettable. Thank you for supporting and encouraging my toughest project yet. #macdowellcolony #freedomtocreate
My studio is called Calderwood and has been home to countless writers I admire and respect. Thus far I’ve had one visitor; I promised her a copy of the book when it’s done. #🦌 #macdowell #macdowellcolony #calderwood #readingisforeveryone
Thrilled and honored to announce that I’m a MacDowell Colony fellow this summer! 🎉🙏 I’m excited to focus on my book alongside so many talented artists, and grateful to everyone who’s helped me get this far. ⬆️👀 @artforum story link in bio #macdowellcolony #macdowell
Stunning Castelejo and dreamy Burgau. 🇵🇹 😍
Lisbon grand finale: A wedding that was unforgettable on all counts: The grounds! The grotto! The tile work! The cheeses! Congratulations Lauren and Giles. 🎉🥂
Lisbon Day 4: the most gorgeous 19th century building turned store and an excellent bookshop down the street in Príncipe Real
Lisbon Day 3: Check out the ceiling vaults in the Cloister of Jerónimos Monastery! And the details! The buttresses! Those pretzel-like forms in the arches in the first pic reference sailors’ knots; the style, a kind of Gothic-maritime particular to this spot, is called “Manueline” after the King that commissioned the building in 1500. It was completed a century later.
Lisbon Day 2: The crazy magical Pena Palace in Sintra: a 15th c monastery tarted up in the 19th c by a certain King Ferdinand and later embellished with cheeky Art Nouveau murals and some the the best trompe l’oeil 👀 painting I’ve seen (last two pix)
Lisbon Day 1: Castelo San Jorge’s amazing views 👀 and Alfama’s 😋 sardines
What an 👀 building! 🤩 My first visit to the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park.