nativeamericannews:

Breaking: Body Found in Washington Believed to Be Misty Upham
Washington TV station KIRO reports that police in Auburn, WA, have said that a body found near the White River is that of Blackfeet actress Misty Upham.She was last seen on the Muckleshoot Reservation 10 days ago. According to KIRO, three people, one of whom is a family member, were searching the area when they discovered Upham’s purse and ID. Subsequently, the search party found a body and dialed 911. 

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nativeamericannews:

Breaking: Body Found in Washington Believed to Be Misty Upham

Washington TV station KIRO reports that police in Auburn, WA, have said that a body found near the White River is that of Blackfeet actress Misty Upham.
She was last seen on the Muckleshoot Reservation 10 days ago. According to KIRO, three people, one of whom is a family member, were searching the area when they discovered Upham’s purse and ID. Subsequently, the search party found a body and dialed 911.

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(Source: indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com, via kawahineaihonua)

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i wanna see this soon

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blastedheath:

William Scott (British, 1913-1989), Blue Frying Pan, 1956. Oil on canvas, 34 x 44 in.

blastedheath:

William Scott (British, 1913-1989), Blue Frying Pan, 1956. Oil on canvas, 34 x 44 in.

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lonequixote:

Interior with a Violin ~ Henri Matisse 

lonequixote:

Interior with a Violin ~ Henri Matisse 

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neithernor:

PURA VIDA, Fall, 2014

neithernor:

PURA VIDA, Fall, 2014

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isn’t brad troemel’s new show, LIVE/WORK at Tomorrow Gallery the literal embodiment of a god complex? i’m surprised there wasn’t a huge magnifying glass as a sculpture to accompany his ant farms. and this loose charity portion of the show. what? you got tired of getting silly money for all those crummy pieces you’ve been making lately? did you want to feel better about yourself after making this work by having the money go to charity? appears to be highly neoliberal and lazy. this show just reminds me how trite most of his work truly is. besides the fish/flower vacuum sealed pieces [it’s hard to make flowers look bad] and his lecture/performance @ The Whitney, i haven’t liked a single piece he has made since. and i’ve heard thejogging is more lauren and co. than brad anyway from various sources, so why is brad troemel such critical Teflon [term coined by living-well] for everyone? why aren’t more people calling him out for his bs? why do so many people enable this man’s hubris? shows like this give weight to when people narrow-mindedly say “well, a third grader can do that.” brad troemel: great writer. i was gonna add more to that statement, but i couldn’t think of anything else. i mean for real, people, you think the general public is supposed to take a gradient ant farms seriously? and even maybe study it some day in the future because some art bros stuck theory onto nothing? nah yo, nahhhh. also, can we all agree to stop using the phrase “paradigm shift” forever?

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blastedheath:

Maxime Maufra (French, 1861-1918), Le Matin, Oued d’El-Kantara, 1913. Oil on canvas, 74 x 92 cm.

blastedheath:

Maxime Maufra (French, 1861-1918), Le Matin, Oued d’El-Kantara, 1913. Oil on canvas, 74 x 92 cm.

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minor white
1960
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minor white
1954
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wetreesinart:

Tom Thomson (Canadian,1877-1917), Tamarack, 1915, oil on wood, 8,5” x 10,5”

wetreesinart:

Tom Thomson (Canadian,1877-1917), Tamarack, 1915, oil on wood, 8,5” x 10,5”

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