linda arts


Originally debuted at the MomoCon panel. Here’s the extended scene from “Weirdmageddon Part 1.”

wintersummer--3232  asked:

Could you possibly draw that sketch of you know those seven people playing monopoly and one of them is in a cardboard box labeled jail, two dudes in the front one of them holding a mic and the other praying and shedding a tear, the loser flat on the board, one of the guys in the back clasping his face, and the winner wearing sunglasses and one of the dudes raining money down on him but with the Lucifer gang (Lucifer, Chloe, Linda, Maze, Trixie, Ameandiel, and Dan)?

-“Et tu Mazikeen?”

Happy International Women’s Day! 

To celebrate we’ll be sharing, throughout the day, a number of artworks by women in the Ashmolean’s collections.                                                

A ‘Forest Floor’ Still Life of Flowers
Oil on canvas by Rachel Ruysch (1664–1750)

Bequeathed to the Ashmolean Museum by Daisy Linda Ward in 1939

Rachel Ruysch, according to the artist, was taught by Willem van Aelst. From her studio in Amsterdam, she painted a long succession of flower paintings, several fruit pieces and a number of 'forest floors’ of which this is a relatively early example.