Rachel A Rogers @rarogers

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    March 11th at 2:42am
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    Introducing Trevor, the Textured Treat-Rex. "Hear me ROAR!!" 😆🐲@batchelor.s.e

    partimedreamer

    16 days ago
    You didn't name it T-paint??

    unoriginaljoke

    16 days ago
    I beg your pardon?

    mattdoucette

    16 days ago
    DUUUUPREEEEEEEEE

    hutchdaddyvinyl

    16 days ago
    I hear you RAR that the Treat-Rex ROARS #seewhatididthere
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    March 9th at 8:58pm

    Thanks @pvdonuts! Don't mind if I do! #happyspringbreak

    casser1210

    16 days ago
    That is a thing of beauty!!!

    pvdonuts

    18 days ago
    Always treat yo' self ❤

    gwynethcolleen

    18 days ago
    That looks v voodoo donuts-esque!
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    March 4th at 3:38am
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    I'm in love, but he's only got eyes for @adventurelydia #gatsbythedog #babysitting #toddlerstiara

    michelejauregui

    23 days ago
    Haha I love you!

    rebeccacjp

    23 days ago
    Love that babe
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    February 24th at 4:30pm
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    The ground thinks it's Spring. It's February.

    adeegreene

    1 month ago
    Crocus?! 😍

    gwynethcolleen

    1 month ago
    It's like you live in portland! Except we don't have flowers yet.

    hutchdaddyvinyl

    1 month ago
    This weather is incredible!

    rarogers

    1 month ago
    @lckue Upton st on the east side

    lckue

    1 month ago
    Where is this?
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    February 24th at 12:00am
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    Hey you guys! My sister, @sarahirvinart is the new coordinator for @currentartfair ! Follow for cool art stuff! @currentartfair with @repostapp
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    Join @glavekocen for artist Greg Osterhaus' 6th annual exhibit, where he will be showing new works - March 3 through April 1. "We love to plan shows that correlate with the season," says gallery owner BJ Kocen. "Greg’s work is the perfect harbinger of spring and helps thaw us out by the end of March." The Roanoke, Virginia-based artist will be showing his new works, which showcase his rich use of color, thick paint and decisive brush strokes. Vibrant cows, barns, and nature scenes — inspired by his beautiful bucolic surroundings in Roanoke — will be on display. Join @glavekocen for Osterhaus' opening reception March 3 from 6 to 8 p.m.

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    February 1st at 2:46pm

    Got my coffee at Blue State yesterday. I love their voting system for how they give to local charities. I love that they support local charities. And their coffee is good too. 😗☕️::sip::

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    January 28th at 6:46pm

    Siri lied to me about what time the library opens today so I'm trying a new (to me) restaurant. Making new friends with the UFOs.

    sipprellwx

    2 months ago
    Siri didn't lie, they just cut hours at rochambeau again :-(
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    January 20th at 3:11am
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    #Repost @mfaboston with @repostapp
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    “This double-portrait of Salvadora (left) & Herminia—maids in her mother’s household—is a powerful statement of #FridaKahlo’s staunch belief in the ideals of the Mexican Revolution (1910–20) & her bold stance of depicting working class women in a heroic manner that celebrates their Mexican heritage,” says Elliot Bostwick Davis, John Moors Cabot Chair, Art of the Americas. This week, she takes a closer look at “Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia)” (1928) as part of “Political Intent.”


    From Elliot: “Painted in the same year that Kahlo joined the Communist Party, the work honors Salvadora & Herminia with dignity & individuality, portraying them at life scale. Kahlo recalls Italian Renaissance portraits, especially those of Madonnas surrounded by foliage, reimagined with the flatness & brilliant primary colors of Mexican folk painting. She painstakingly highlights the women’s Mexican features, carefully distinguishing the shapes of their foreheads, high cheekbones, complexions & lips. Infrared & x-ray images suggest Kahlo removed their aprons, as seen in traces of the ruffle that she later painted out.


    Salvadora & Herminia push forward into our space against a lush screen of leaves, fruits & butterflies, likely inspired by the garden at Kahlo’s home, the Casa Azul in Coyoacán. Their overlapping pose speaks to their intimacy & invites us to consider how they’re related, whether by blood, work or love.


    On the back of the canvas, Kahlo adds her signature & hometown, along with the date of July 1929. By adding her name to the back of Salvadora & Herminia’s portraits, Kahlo identifies with the working women of Mexico by virtue of celebrating her first sale as an artist. A month later, Kahlo married Diego Rivera, the most famous Mexican artist of the day & an international figure in promoting the ideals of the Mexican Revolution. Kahlo & Rivera’s lasting partnership gives further resonance to her distinctive ability to blend the personal & the political in her art.”

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    January 16th at 2:52pm
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    Mugshot Monday with the Bandersnatch Cummerbund mug my sister got me for Christmas! #twosisters #twomugs #mugshotmonday

    gatsbylives

    2 months ago
    Loooove❤

    califmom

    2 months ago
    Boodletoot Callywanker! I ❤️him.

    casser1210

    2 months ago
    Bendystraw Cucumberpatch?
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    January 14th at 6:21pm
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    You know you're in for a good meal when it has sweet potatoes, avocado, and TWO cheeses. 😍😍😍#blueapron #dangquesadilla

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