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Defining moments

Sharp ladies share their three favorite images.

Cheryl Humphreys is an artist and designer based in Los Angeles. Find her here.


“This is an image of one of John Baldessari’s recent series of 3 color screenprints. The series makes me laugh. I love the playful line quality and subject matter. Gemini G.E.L., the source for this image, is an artists’ workshop and publisher of fine art prints that has been a part of shaping the LA art scene since 1966. They work with many of my favorite artists and have beautiful imagery of them at work in their workshop.”

Trapezoid, John Baldessari, 2016. Found here.


“I look at this image every single day. My dear friends and artists, Niki & Yusuke collaborated on a narrative based body of work: Absolute Magnitude: Knowing, Ignorance & Being, that examines the “nature of consciousness and personal reality” through naturally dyed and appliquéd flags. It was the first piece of art that my partner and I ever invested “real money” into and it brings the absolute best energy into our home. The works were first showcased this summer at These Days LA gallery – see more here”

Absolute Magnitude, Yusuke Tsukamoto & Niki Livingston, 2016. Found here.


“This is an 8.5 foot felt & wool flag that greets you as you walk into the retrospective currently up at the Skirball Cultural center in Los Angeles. I went this past weekend and chose this image for it’s message, felt loud and clear, especially right now. The exhibition, Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in L.A. is up through March 12.”

Thunderbolt, Roy Lichtenstein, 1966. Found here.