The Best Way to Experience the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors Exhibit

Yayoi Kusama - Accumulations silver

Yes, there is a best way.

The Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit — currently at the Hirshhorn Museum (a Smithsonian museum) in Washington D.C. — is intense. And there is a best way to see it. Continue reading…

February Mood

February Mood // Blush & Tan

I cannot believe it’s already February. I have to stop saying that, but seriously WHERE DOES THE TIME GO?!

When it gets close the beginning of each month I always like to reflect back on the previous month — what did I think I was going to do? What did/didn’t I accomplish? We’re one month into 2017 — how am I doing on my goals for this year so far? Let’s just say I didn’t get as much done in January as I wanted to, but am charging ahead! You?

February Mood (top to bottom)

Pink Bathroom
Sleeve Detail Top
YSL Gold Brooch
Lace Blindfold (also in black)
Krewe Sunglasses
Carita Ring
Bando Glass Water Bottle
Glossier Haloscope Highlighter
Wilcoxson Brooklyn Mug
LOVE Kelly Wearstler for Paperless Post
Aldama Chair
Cream by Jenny McGee Dougherty
Pink II by Michael Wall
Kelly Wearstler Ombre Rug
Katerina Makriyianni Hand Fan Earrings
Eve Maxi Dress (also in blue)
Mini Dress with Gathered Sleeves
Jennifer Fisher Large Root Cuff
So Obvious Top
Loeffler Randall Winnie Babouche Mules
Cassatt Woven Vessel
Sequins Print Shirt
Velvet Sofa


Meg Biram at the Renwick Gallery in Washington DC

The last in my life-defining moment miniseries with St. John is all about art.

I have a very open-ended definition of the word art and when discussing subjects like this I like to refer to the actual definition first.

According to Merriam-Webster, art is defined as something that is created with imagination and skill and that is beautiful or that expresses important ideas or feelings; skill acquired by experience, study, or observation; the quality or state of being artful; the conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects.

So, going along with the definition, I think art can be a lot of things. I think chefs are artists. Chefs create their art with food, dancers use their bodies, the artist in the image above used index cards to build sculptures, I use paint. Continue reading…