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Sunday Inspiration: Museums

I love museums. I'm sure I've written about this before, but I really do love them. A lot. There is nothing that clears my mind and purifies my soul like a day spent slowly wandering through a museum. The substance created by so much documented human passion is palpable. Time spent staring into a painting; the feeling one gets from being in spaces so intentionally meant to be felt; the high ceilings (really, I love high ceilings) - it all culminates into an unparalleled feeling of purpose. At the heart of my love for museums is the little bursts of inspiration around every corner. Though I'm currently on the train home, there's nothing I want to do quite so badly right now as paint a big mixed up compositions like I used to. Images piled onto images, words and pictures and blended colors fighting it out and flowing together like rain. That's due to the work I saw by Andy Warhol and Jean Michel Basquiat. We all loved Warhol and Basquiat in college. We wanted to b

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