Fun and calming websites!

Things are kinda scary right now, so here’s some places where you can go to escape for a bit!! 

~mod Kel

Doll Divine - Lots of fun dress-up games!! (careful, a few of them have horror themes).

The Dawn Room - A nice place where you can see nice things people have said. (Autoplays audio, but not very loud!)

Neonflames - Make a cool galaxy!!

Jackson Pollock - Make splattery pictures! (Click to change colors and press the spacebar to start over!!)

Rinmaru Games - Another dress-up game website!! (same warning as Doll Divine!)

Pokemon Fusion - Make silly fusions of Pokemon!!

Dripping Paint - Watch paint drip down the screen! Super calming!!

Kaomoji - Create your own Kaomoji (Japanese Emoticons!!) (might be a little confusing for some people).


Controlled Chaos in Painting of Chrissy Angliker

Chrissy Angliker is a Brooklyn based Swiss Artist. Aged sixteen, after years of study under the Russian artist Juri Borodachev, she moved to the USA.. There she studied Fine Art at the Walnut Hill School and eventually received a degree in Industrial Design from the Pratt Institute.

I started painting seriously when I was 13, then I studied design in school and began designing professionally. When it got to the point where I was successful enough to live off of my designs, I started to realize something was missing — and I knew it was painting. So, I quit my job, started painting again for the first time in six years, and started to figure out how to slowly change my life so that could be my focus. I just realized this is what I loved and it might not be the most rational way of living, but it was an undeniable thing.  via

Follow her on Tumblr and Instagram.

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Happy birthday to Jackson Pollock (1912–1956)! Famous for his drip paintings, Pollock was a highly influential artist in the emotion-packed movement of abstract expressionism. How does “No. 22” make you feel?

No. 22,” 1950, by Jackson Pollock © Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (RS), New York

Jackson Pollock was born on this day in 1912. See how he developed his signature style in a current exhibition featuring over 50 works from MoMA’s collection. 

[Jackson Pollock. Number 1A, 1948. 1948. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

This week: See Pollock from a new perspective, hear a demo of a 1957 Fender Stratocaster from our collection, and more.  

[Jackson Pollock. One: Number 31, 1950. 1950. Oil and enamel paint on canvas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Fund (by exchange). © 2015 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon]

Last chance! Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934–1954 closes Sunday. This painting, titled Free Form, is very likely Pollock’s first “drip” painting. The exhibition explores how the artist’s signature style developed over several decades. 

[Jackson Pollock. Free Form. 1946. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2016 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]