A great song by one of my favorite artists and a pending Patron Ragamuffin, Andrew Peterson.
Beautiful, haunting, dreamy watercolors by the very talented Elicia Edijanto.
We recently received a record player and our first record purchase was “Coming Home” by Leon Bridges. Our children, who are ages 1,3, 5, and 7 all love the album and we listen through the whole thing at least once a week (they each have a favorite Leon song, which they expertly turn during our listens). It’s excellent top to bottom.
Leon is up for a Grammy tomorrow night, and here’s a very good reason why.
From Stanka Kordic:
This collection of paintings encompasses our primordial connection to the natural world. A return to the simplicity of walking the earth with ease, and discovering the benefit of doing so..
Bjørg-Elise Tuppen is a very talented artist out of Norway. Her project The Enchanted Land is a series of solemn, lonely, beautiful images from Northern Norway.
From her website:
Ever since I was a little girl I have expressed myself through visual work. I guess one can say that being creative is the most defining aspect of my personality. I am a trained photographer and worked as such before I decided to study Graphic Design. I have a Bachelor in Graphic Design University of Hertfordshire.I love to use and experiment with different medias such as painting, drawing, photography, typography and digital collage, as well as mix them to explore and create different moods, effects and expressions. My style is not set or limited, but ever evolving and seeking.
(ht: Slippery Edge)
From Pigeons and Planes:
What we know about Leon Bridges is that he’s from Fort Worth, Texas and that he brings gospel-tinged soul that feels like it’s coming to us from another decade. It’s proof that there’s a difference between sounding old and sounding timeless. Leon’s music may sound like the ’50s, but that doesn’t make it feel any less powerful today.