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Everybody in the water, Lizzy Stewart


Jenny Lewis, photographed by Holly Andres for The New York Times.

Jenny Lewis, photographed by Holly Andres for The New York Times.

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After the shower.  Oil on linen.  An experiment in how many water drops I could paint before I went insane. (i lost count)

this is AMAZING

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After the shower.  Oil on linen.  An experiment in how many water drops I could paint before I went insane. (i lost count)

this is AMAZING

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“I’m happy to see her making records,” Beck told me. “I just feel like music needs her. It needs someone doing what she’s doing. She’s got a special voice, as a writer, and then as a musician. She’s this great combination of so many things.” Conor Oberst shares that view, describing Lewis as one of the most important songwriters and performers in contemporary music. “Go see her play,” Oberst said. “Because we should all feel lucky to be around while she’s doing her magic.”

The Jenny Lewis Experience

“I’m happy to see her making records,” Beck told me. “I just feel like music needs her. It needs someone doing what she’s doing. She’s got a special voice, as a writer, and then as a musician. She’s this great combination of so many things.” Conor Oberst shares that view, describing Lewis as one of the most important songwriters and performers in contemporary music. “Go see her play,” Oberst said. “Because we should all feel lucky to be around while she’s doing her magic.”

The Jenny Lewis Experience

srry not srry jenny’s new album is coming out and it’s all i wanna talk about

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