When people go through a traumatic experience usually their closest family and friends and even acquaintances are right there to show support and send their love. Most of the time it’s very helpful and kind, but when you’re trying to recover and recuperate from whatever experience you’re going through there is this unwritten rule you’re … Continue reading You Don’t Have to Make People Feel Okay When You’re Not
DUH! It was proven, like, eons ago. Okay, maybe not that long ago, but studies show we’re definitely addicted. Harvard University proved self-disclosure online (the process of revealing information about oneself) has the same effect on the brain as substances such as COCAINE! That’s crazy! Every time we login to check Facebook, Twitter and Instagram … Continue reading Are We Addicted to Social Media?
Great question! One day I was trying to think of a new direction for my blog. Originally I intended it to be about collecting art and social media, but recent events have put me on a new path. I still enjoy browsing through galleries or stalking my fave celebs (cough, Kylie, cough), but what I really want … Continue reading Why Thoughts of a Blu Jay?
While working for Atrium Gallery in St. Louis, I received a piece of artwork from one of the artists represented there. Fred Nelson lives and works in St. Louis and has been represented by Atrium Gallery in the Central West End for 30 years. His abstract style can be identified by vivid color schemes that have evolved … Continue reading DIY Frame