Monday, April 20, 2015

Spring 2015 Painting Playlist

Spring 2015 Painting Playlist by Sabrina Brett
1. "Bamboo" - HINDS

2. "Sirens" - Lola Marsh

3. "Vamala" - CHAMPS

4.  "Tilted" - Christine and The Queens

5. "The Balance"  - Royal Tongues

6. "Hurt Me" - The Jezabels

7.  "VIII" - Mt. Wolf & Alexa Harley

8. "Oi, Za Lisochkom" - DakhaBrakha

Listen to my Spring Playlist Here

Saturday, April 18, 2015

#ProjectArtCycle Flower Delivery

#ProjectArtCycle "Flower Delivery," by Sabrina Brett

Origin: House of Vintage, SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, Oregon
Medium: Acrylic

I recently launched a new project series in which I collect various art pieces and artcycle them. I found this unique piece, while winding through a labyrinth of vintage collections at House of Vintage in Portland.

Other #ProjectArtCycle Pieces: 

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Inspiration Board Spring 2015

“I am a child
of the moon
being raised by the sun
in a world walked by stars
and a sky drawn of flowers.” 
- Zara Ventris

Source: (1)Nylon, January 2015; “All Tied Up;” Photographed by Colin Leaman; Styled by Liz Rundbaken; (2) Nylon, January 2015; “Easy Sunday Morning,” photographed by Kristin vicari; Styled by Siobhan Lyons; (3) Harper’s Bazaar April 2015, “What’s Hot Now,” photography by Terry Richardson; (4) Hooray Issue 6 “Ophelia”; (5) Artful Blogging Feb/Mar/Apr 2013 “Connections, Friendships & opportunities” & “Telling Stories through Photographs” by Stoffer Photography & “Learning to Stop and Smell the Roses,” by Danielle Muller; (6) Milka Chocolate  

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Photo Journal: Ai Weiwei's @Large Exhibit, Alcatraz Island, San Francisco

Location: Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, California
Exhibit: @Large
Installations: (1) With Wind; (2) Trace; (3) Blossom
Artist: Ai Weiwei

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Saturday, February 21, 2015

#ProjectArtCycle A Window Story

Origin: Goodwill, Van Ness Street, San Francisco
Medium: Acrylic

I’m launching a new project series in which I collect various art pieces and artcycle them. I was drawn to this print because of the subjects’  insinuating facial expressions.  Their gaze is fixed on the same object, though they react quite differently. What renders one subject bashful and the other transfixed?  Or, one hysterical and the other bored?