3 Burst results for "Jenner Paints"
"jenner paints" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"It's heavier Signals fear or trouble or something's not right By it's also contextual. Because red isn't always bad right. We see red as being the color of passion so valentine's day roses chocolates music. Let's stay yeah right. That's not a bad thing. Like so read has positive connotations. Different context. okay. I got it all right. Just said baby blue the soothing. What's that about jess. Do we have to dig into your psyche. I just know. I just think like baby. Like soft pastels. Like i just think soft pastels or like very soothing or like. I could've chose baby. Pink or lilac Soft or something to that. Yeah the on the is you know yes. There is something to that. I mean there is a whole you know. Environmental psychology Research out there. That looks at things. Like what are the appropriate colors to paint a wall in a hospital or somewhere to make it a calming environment or soothing. Environment and pastels do tend to soothe There's a special color out. There called a baker miller pink and it is a very light pink and that also has been actually studied in shown to calm and soothe as well we baker and miller people or they jobs the guy begin the bread and the mill in the wheat. I need like why. Baker miller so random. Oh so if you don't know you know. I'm trying to remember the So it was actually a study. That was john A navy facility and the scientists you to the study. I think they got the permission of whoever was in charge. That was their name was baker. Miller gum yeah. I think it's baker. I'm sorry it's either. Baker miller miller baker by questioning. Myself which one i'm not only baker miller will care so it but it's a specific again. This really light. Pink would actually has been scientifically studied at calms people down. I can talk about more about it as of how it comes down. If you're interested of how people use it you wanna know more about it. Yes yes sure. So it's really fascinating So there are a few sports teams that have actually painted their locker rooms in this specific shade of pink. And it's not their locker room but they do it for the The opponents locker room because they want them to be yeah. They don't have like a strong aggressive. They wanted to be calm ray. And it's part of the study because they found that people are sitting in this room. It's confidence susan. Data make some passive competitive psychology on the opposing team. I like that yeah. So there's a couple of different that's seems to have done it. it's actually. There's a controversy around one of them because people said that it was kind of like a gender thing that they're calling them girls. You know making it pink so yes. It's a little controversy around at least one teams. Use of color pink fascinating. Also i guess. Kendall jenner painted at least one room for a house in this specific pink because the specific thing has also been shown to be an appetite suppressant so calming it also helps suppress the appetite Diet like pete your kitchen baker miller pink yet announcing i think it's miller baker but yet that that is kind of like a light interesting almost almost like a i wanna say popped abysmal. It's like lighter than abysmal but it kind of millennial pink color is kind millennial bank. Yeah okay yeah. We've talked about ad nauseam on this. Podcast yeah i mean this this this paint this research in this pink actually was done a really long time. I think it was. I a man i'm gonna maybe botched as it was like in the way before i was born. It was like the sixties. I think that they started looking at the specific paint. Can they found the effects of it. Got it. It's interesting to also research showing that like a black like against sports. Seems like when you're wearing black. Sports that are wearing black are oftentimes seen as being more aggressive when they were black. He's a so there's research that actually looked at the number of like fouls or whatever Is it. i'm not a sports person at all houses of attorney never fouls at the teams got when they were wearing black versus another color. Should there are actually called out with more fouls when they were wearing a the blacks. They're being seen as more of an aggressor everything else. The same just the color of everything else. Zam so like. They have like their home uniform in their way uniform. One of them was black. One was not lack when during the black uniform they were seen as more more of an aggressor interesting again. I'm not in the sports.
"jenner paints" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast
"Lists. Maybe that's why it costs so much outrage. I feel because you have to remember the show. All the critics remain. Women weren't allowed to rights. So why was it so offensive to main and of course that you say it's if we think of it what we have our fingertips in terms of the internet and the kind of things that we see even on tiktok before restarted so recording at tech token zoom and all these sorts of things. I saw really great tech tokachi and it was like nineteen kids when he learned to dance. Move and it was very to in your fingers. And they can't stay and their carry-ons into so coming at it from like a modern day perspective as us and twenty twenty one. It's not very shocking. But this really Short waves. And and i wonder f money really touched the and that the point you made about you know kind of these high Men who viewed this painting for the first time it wasn't it wasn't an ordinary it wasn't in order for them to you know be engaged of the kind of activity that money was depicting but they hated it because as you said it something that was tabu it was hidden wasn't spoken about. I think the greatest thing about is it so honest this this painting so honest in so many ways. And that's i think that's why a lot of people didn't like it because it was confronting Some truths and i guess. Maybe you know some of these critiques. But he's mad at the time. Just didn't want this to taboo subject to be Public discourse public conversation. And i think that all of ours principal motives is to present public discourse. So yeah it's it's unsurprising that was controversial for the audience at the time. But it's definitely fascinating to think about it arsonists salon to this time. So yeah i'm just a join on something that you said earlier. You know the whole idea that she has this kind of almost on women lee kind of childish figure and the idea of higher defector is portrayed an idealized an any sort of we. He's just presenting women coming oceans. It's another kind of another form of women and thank again leads on very nicely to your starts painting which i'll be very honest. I only came across this painting for the first time in december fantozzi on when i saw been high wait. Oh it's amazing. And so they offices janney salvo and she as dead definition of up to mielke's the idealized body. But yeah painting. Because i just i love it so yeah combined. The contemporary painter. Jenny saville and she has so she has proclaimed. South is an unseat beauty office. Which i think leads on offically to happy which is called props and it was created painted and ninety nine to two so again to jump from the previous Painting is a south portray and it's been described as a hyperbolic south padre Very exaggerated and it kind of depicts. A woman propped up on a chair looking very uncomfortable. Almost like she's in pain. Gripping thought is i think something that was picked most upon fullest painting was that the sega is exaggerated. She is a larger form of woman and several is set herself. That had these painting cookies paints series of paintings like this. We're inspired by trip to america and command across big women and she wants to pain ordinary women and just be honest about the female form today. They were still. It was even for the nineties. It was controversial and it was a shock fox and especially because it was a part of the exhibition sensation by sergey which was a lot of countries if he refused exhibit because of how controversial or the works were in the exhibition. I guess the main point of props salvos Papa botox south poetry is shotted any remaining on realistic portrayals of female beauty in the late twentieth century the nineties. It was the air of the white you know it was. It was in stalking too thin Was how women was opposed to look like and it yet and it's But it is a nude nude woman so it was really a destroyer. Folks fetches in terms of the tradition of the nude. I'm and it's It's an amazing painting largest in the way that it's painted and also just content in itself so yes really really fascinating. I love that this destroyer of folks faces. Because you're so right. You know the ninety s iconic nineties. People at pens offend kate moss. Or you know elise. Painstaking is even lake Stars and movie stars whether there you can see their reps on its own as it no. It's painful to to look at these images and yet even know those. Let us so. For example when i posted this on my instagram december. Two thousand nine hundred one of my female friends. Macy's me and said ali really ugly i. I'd accidentally fulled someone so even today to see us quite sodden your way. Isn't it that there. Is that kind of idea when we look at paintings of people of just a body that is in the you know the supreme ideal of our time you know. She's not the kim kardashian. she's not a kendall jenner painting. If you know we we automatically thing you know. That's boss note. Let us not acceptable bus ugly. Which i think it's just i think in a way savusavu. Sabu knows this so she wanted to pain. A very exaggerated female form But also be honest. Be really honest thing for me This painting is nowhere. Nowhere near the terms of familiar ugly but i do feel some sort of discomfort when i look at this paints. Just because of the figure of how she's you know she looks on abortions gripping acids She's like she's not looking. She call she while she's looking through onto Leads the viewer and she just looked so uncomfortable. And i think for me that really depicts the way lot of women probably feel probably felt in that era of the noisy Felt they couldn't adopt themselves understandably to this heritage Sega on it. may it probably depends on comfort. Not heart is to try the shackles of trying to be like the ideal form of beauty in all age. It come feeling comfortable at times when you feel like you have to look a certain way because society told you too so i think yes salvo depict so many things in this painting i think is really.
Fill The Vault
"About two years ago, I read a book called the actors life by actress Jenna Fischer for the six of you who don't know. She's most known for playing the character Pam on the office. But her book is all about what it's really like to become an actor in Hollywood. One of the things that she mentions in the book is about the importance of filling the vault. Here's a quote from her book. She writes every project you finish has value whether it's the one woman show. You wrote the Web series with only twenty four of us. The pilot wrote with your friend. All are important and will pay off somehow. Putting things in the vault is important. I have a friend who's been writing a hilarious, and since series of children's books for the past two years. She's a struggling actress. Who said to me one day I. Don't know why I. Keep doing these books. No one's going to publish them at the very least they keep me saying I love them. And I told her one day. You're going to break out in a big way I just know it and your new fancy agent is going to ask you what ideas you have, and you will go into your vault. pull out the series of children's books and say that you have a fully developed idea for an animated series, and it will happen because that's how this stuff works. When you become a busy working actor, you won't have time to fill the vault, so fill it now. I love that image that Jenner Paints for makers who may be feeling discouraged that their work isn't being shared with the masses yet or haven't hasn't been shared at all. And I love how she points out the importance of doing the hard good work and filling the vault now so that later you'll have worked to pull from after you get super-busy, but I wanna take the liberty to extend this concept of filling the volt, even further because the truth is. We need to be a practice of filling the vault even after week. Week published land the job seal the deal or quote unquote make it if we don't have a regular practice of filling the vault, even small ways will get bored burnout. Give up or lose our creative spark, and I'm just going to adhere to filling. The volt is really for all of us whether or not, we ever realize our dream or hit that big goal or make that big deal whatever the case may be filling. The vault is part of being human. It's part of the creative process, and it is so deeply important. Taking my inspiration from Jennifer, fisher? Here are three ways to fill the volt, no matter where you are in your own vocational journey so that you keep doing your good work forever. Number One. Keep a quote journal. I'm a reader and I'm a firm believer that my very best ideas are not exactly new, but tend to stand on the shoulders of the best ideas. Someone else had I'm admitting it now there you go. You heard it here. First. I've made peace with this and I realized part of the way I fill the volt is to pay attention to and write down quotes that are meaningful to me so that I can let the thoughts and ideas from other creators sing in harmony with my own experience and hopefully one day that will become a new song. This is a lovely way of honoring the work of other writers and letting their work inspire new work in me, not as a way to copy them, but as a way to learn from them not to get too Meta, but the title of this episode fill the vault. Those aren't even my words as I've already mentioned. Those are Jenna Fischer's words, and I got them from a paragraph in her book and that Paragraph in her book inspired an entire episode of my podcast. See how that works. A second way to fill the vault create right and store every idea. This one is most close to the intention. I think Jenna had in her book when she wrote about filling the vault. Have a way to categorize. Your ideas doesn't have to be fancy has to work for you. This is for you if you are a high school student with dreams of going to film school, or if you're retired and wondering what might be next, my dad wrote his first book at Age Sixty six, and after retiring, he now co runs, Hope Raiders fulltime with me Brian, Dixon. He's using skills that he filled the vault with for decades now he's using them and hope writers, but he never knew if they would be useful. One day spoiler alert. They are useful and his life is proof. Finally a third and perhaps most overlooked way of filling the volt. Rest on purpose. There's a woman named Tricia who I've been learning a lot from lately. She sees rest as a healing tool for empowerment. She's the founder of the net ministry, which you can find on Instagram at the net ministry, and her work is to examine the liberating power of naps. Yes, like I'M GONNA. Take an APP like a toddler. While she believes rest is a form of resistance and in her words, a key component for justice. In her work, she speaks specifically to black women who are actually burdened and exhausted by the state of the world today. One Way to fill the volt is to rest on purpose. Imagine the lasting healthy change that could come from well rested people. And that is essentially where you'll find me today. Every year in July I tried to take some intentional time away. You won't see that reflected in these episodes because I've worked ahead so that they can drop on time last year. I took a month long sabbatical this year. It's only two weeks, but these two weeks are vital for the health of my soul, my family and also the work I do here. With every book I've written with every new idea I've had. That has grown into something lasting. I can point back to a specific and intentional time away from where that new idea was born or took more meaningful shape.