fyeahsailormoon:

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fyeahsailormoon:

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fyeahsailormoon:

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self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.
self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell 
In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.
 I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence. 
My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether. 
 The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.

self—pollution:

Christina Bothwell

In my work I am drawn to the processes of birth, death, and renewal. The juxtaposition of diverse elements is of special interest to me.

I am fascinated with what lie below the surface, the things in life I cannot readily see or define. I am constantly trying to get an understanding of the mysteries of life-such as the lives of saints and mystics, the workings of the unconscious, and the ways in which animals communicate. I try and capture the qualities of the “unseen” in my work that express the sense of wonder I feel in my daily existence.

My figures (babies, dolls, and animals) encompass the element of timelessness. Rather than representing death, I see them as ghosts or spirits, transcending the cycles of living and dying altogether.

The depiction of images, legends, and organs engraved or encased in/on the surfaces of my pieces suggest inner lives and thoughts, and act as a metaphor for delving below the surface.


The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

The Art of Marc Davis

tarou4:

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まぼろし谷のねんねこ姫
tarou4:

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まぼろし谷のねんねこ姫
tarou4:

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まぼろし谷のねんねこ姫
tarou4:

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まぼろし谷のねんねこ姫

tarou4:

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まぼろし谷のねんねこ姫

kinks34:

2014年4月5日12:46

kinks34:

2014年4月5日12:46

lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff
lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel
Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg
lightning fluff

lifewithkaz:

catsbeaversandducks:

Fun in the Yard with Milo and Diesel

Photos and caption by ©Craig Jewell Photography

so very fluffy omg

lightning fluff