Thank you for the smart words #scottindrisek 🙏🏼❤️ Posted @withrepost • @garage_magazine Gina Beavers likens herself to an Impressionist painter capturing the everyday landscape; it’s just that the world she’s rendering is experienced mostly online, and is full of bad selfies, awesome manicures, and lots of junk food. The artist scavenges Instagram, Google, and stock-photo databases for imagery that she then translates into thick, sculptural paintings: a kimchi hotdog here, a make-up tutorial or novelty cake shaped like a male stripper there. “I always think: This could be so elegant. Then after I end up making it, it looks fucked up in this way. I can’t help it—it’s the process.” link to the piece in bio.