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I am a Baltimore-based multidisciplinary artist and educator.

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brettkonagriffith:

Plank is all grown up :’)

brettkonagriffith:

Plank is all grown up :’)


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hahamagartconnect:

CORD WOOD

BY Kimberley Hart - painted recycled paper, 2012

MNTN Study (Berkshires) on Flickr.New mountain study. Construction paper and crayon. MNTN series.

MNTN Study (Berkshires) on Flickr.

New mountain study. Construction paper and crayon. MNTN series.

McDonald’s Sign on Flickr.

McDonald’s Sign on Flickr.

Great live cut from The Living's recent acoustic studio sessions. I'll be playing with them in Emmaus, PA on July 14.

Earlier this week, I was up in Brooklyn playing music with The Living who were working on a few new tracks. We recorded the session and this is a small piece of one of the jams. I am adding the synth textures, Mike is on bass, Cori on drums, and Gordon on guitar.

brwnpaperbag:

I wrote about Tucker Nicols on the Brown Paper Bag today!

Beautiful stuff.
Reminds me of my friend, Karen Seapker”s, work

artchipel:

Jackie Tileston - Untitled. Oil and mixed media on linen, 60” x 48” (2008)
Reminds me of my friend, Karen Seapker”s, work

artchipel:

Jackie Tileston - Untitled. Oil and mixed media on linen, 60” x 48” (2008)


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ghostlystore:

“A Studio Visit with Matthew Dear”

Matthew Dear has been on a relentless roll this year, having already released two singular tracks in the run-up to his upcoming full-length Beams (now available for pre-order). The tracks and the included B-Sides stand as a testament to Dear’s insatiable creative appetite and his prowess as a producer.  

Our latest video, “A Studio Visit with Matthew Dear,” offers a cinematic glimpse into the artist’s Brooklyn home-studio. Presented in partnership with AIAIAI, the video is the first in a series of studio visits curated by the Danish company in support of their new TMA-1 Studio headphones.

Shot on location in Williamsburg, the black-and-white short features a potpourri of city and studio imagery as Dear narrates his first experiences with electronic-based music and becoming a performer. “Her Fantasy,” the celebratory lead single from Beams, serves as a suitably optimistic backing track for the video.

A hearty thank you to art director, videographer, and longtime Ghostly collaborator, Will Calcutt, who directed, shot, edited, and produced the piece. 


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