Hans Hofmann, Undulating Expanse, 1955, Oil on Canvas. Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ackland Fund, 88.27 The Cherry Red Clutch

Hans Hofmann, Undulating Expanse, 1955, Oil on Canvas. Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ackland Fund, 88.27
The Cherry Red Clutch

AT THE MUSEUM is about seeing.
About absorbing experiences, colors, moods, feelings that are impactful, that leave a stamp in your brain's visual catalog.  About allowing those brain stamps to float about, transform and emerge again, restructuring the way you see. 

THE CHERRY RED CLUTCH
INSPIRED BY MICK JAGGER, HENRI MATISSE, AND
DUSTY OLD USED BOOK STORES.
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THE MUDCLOTH CLUTCH
INSPIRED BY MALIAN BOGOLANFINI, NATURAL WOOD TEXTURES, 
AND SUN SPECKLES
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THE PAINTED SCREEN CLUTCH
INSPIRED BY PAINTINGS OF ODALISQUES, YVES KLEIN BLUE,
AND VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE.
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THE DENDUR CLUTCH
INSPIRED BY EGYPTIAN WALL PAINTINGS, THE TEMPLE OF DENDUR, 
AND CRUMBLING GLAMOUR
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