Boxwood Haus
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the right way

the right way

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ghostly

ghostly

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I love it when my random searches create a curated look - If you were ever in doubt - black & white will ALWAYS be on-trend.  

2 years ago
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Lush Lawns, Mint Juleps & Big Hats — That’s right, its Steeplechase Season.   

Lush Lawns, Mint Juleps & Big Hats — That’s right, its Steeplechase Season.  

 

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Seriously, need a pair -
Oh, and while were all thinking on how to get ourselves a glass of amber, I have recently takin’ kindly to drinking bourbon and learnin’ southern speak.  

Bless Y’er Hart and welcome to the South.   




 

2 years ago
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Should Read: ‘I look silly without you.’

Should Read: ‘I look silly without you.’

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lake drive house by martin holub | more houses

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Classic Landing @ Zara

Classic Landing @ Zara

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Cut-out

Cut-out

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movement study no.2

movement study no.2

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Movement study no.1

Movement study no.1

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why a good designer usually works alone.  

why a good designer usually works alone.  

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“I start by reacting to the photographs I collect. I take a very direct approach, applying thick paint to panel. The lack of color of the source material lets me create the color relationships I want. It’s my goal to imbue the figures with bursting vitality despite their stoic poses.” -Aaron Smith in an interview with Advocate.

I have a fondness toward painterly style art; the thick loose movement of paint pulls me to explore the feeling of the artist and inevitably myself.

See more work by Aaron Smith.  

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