Via Instagrammer @pottergriffin: “#tbt to my parents visiting the Wolfgang Laib #waxroom at the #phillipscollection this past Sunday. I think my dad is pretending to be a bee. They flew back home this morning and I miss them already.”
The Laib Wax Room has been a visitor favorite since its installment in 2013. In this month’s ArtGrams, we’re highlighting some of your creative shots of the space.
Via Instagrammer @grandnostaflash
Via Instagrammer @ginacrat: “Evan sniffing the beeswax room”
Via Instagrammer @thenocallshow: “Ms. @cecilemouthon in a room made of beeswax.”
Via Instagrammer @amperrlee: “Just casually standing in a teeny room, lined with beeswax.”
Via Instagrammer @goholmes: “room of wax, featuring rashonda harris”
(left) Milton Avery, Girl Writing, 1941. Oil on canvas, 48 x 31 3/4 in. The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1943 (right) Instagram user @sseoheeya’s Avery inspired creation
Instagrammer Seohee Yoon recently shared her version of Milton Avery’s Girl Writing (1941). We think her attention to detail yielded a pretty spot on result! If you’re an artist, what are some pieces that have inspired your own work, either directly or indirectly?