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“The red and green and yellow dots might represent the circle of the earth, or o
“The red and green and yellow dots might represent the circle of the earth, or of the sun or moon, or whatever you like.” – Yayoi Kusama Happy Birthday Yayoi Kusama!🎉 In honor of the art icon turning 90 today we're doing a #FlashBackFriday to our 2017 exhibition "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors." Let's celebrate her accomplishments and contributions to the art world today!✨ _ #YayoiKusama #5womenartists#InfiniteKusama #JapaneseArt#SeattleArtMuseum#FBF [📸@nataliwiseman]
22.03.2019 23:08:04
Sarah Grant grew up in Ames, Iowa and although her personal painting style conne
Sarah Grant grew up in Ames, Iowa and although her personal painting style connects with Abstract Expressionism, she is best known as the founder and owner of Sticks, Inc. In 1985 she was teaching at Iowa State when Better Homes & Gardens Decorative Woodcrafts magazine commissioned her to design a wooden nativity set. From there, her style of wood etching was developed in to an award-winning design studio with a staff of nearly 150 artisans who create everything from wall décor to furniture to large scale public art installations. This mural panel is called “What We Love About Iowa” (2003) and is located in the Scheman Building. Additional works by Grant are scattered throughout the ISU campus including the Maple-Willow-Larch Residence Complex, Child Care Center, Administrative Services Building, Hixson-Lied Student Success Center, Hixson-Lied Small Animal Hospital, Hach Chemistry Building, Parks Library, Memorial Union and Horticulture Hall. #5womenartists
22.03.2019 23:04:27
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“At the time, a lot of the group shows were accidentally all men. It was not unu
“At the time, a lot of the group shows were accidentally all men. It was not unusual. So I had the idea that we could put on a monster exhibit of women artists.” —Mary Weatherford on the 1991 exhibition “Plastic fantastic lover (object a),” which included this work in our collection. 👏 Learn more about this work in our highlighted story. . Mary Weatherford, “Second Riddle,” 1991; Acrylic, flashe paint and ink on canvas; 78 x 107 inches; Gift of Joan and Gerald Kimmelman. #5WomenArtists
22.03.2019 22:58:40
Women's History Month is still going strong! Make this month about supporting yo
Women's History Month is still going strong! Make this month about supporting your local woman artists. #5womenartists#WomensHistoryMonth#boldaboutart
22.03.2019 22:56:23
Can you name #5WomenArtists? 🚺⠀
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This week, we would like to recognize and reme
Can you name #5WomenArtists? 🚺⠀ ⠀ This week, we would like to recognize and remember Lily Yung. ⠀ Originally from Hong Kong, Lily Yung was a leading figure and key player in the fine craft, art, and design communities in Toronto and Canada for many years. She ignored borders and boundaries that limit creativity, instead she embraced the potential that was yet to be discovered. Lily passed on these concepts to a new generation of practitioners through mentorship in workshops and lectures. She was a founding member of *new* gallery, a contributor to Craft journals, and a recipient of the John Mather Award for Lifetime Achievement. Lily Yung passed away in 2010, and we continue to celebrate her legacy at Craft Ontario through the annual Lily Yung Craft Award.⠀ ⠀ #NMWA#WomenInTheArts#5WomenArtists#WomenArtists#Women#Craft#Artists#Jewellery#textiles
22.03.2019 22:47:27
Clematis! Ye flowering vine, how your blooms elude and bewitch....
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Clematis! Ye flowering vine, how your blooms elude and bewitch.... #Repost@biodivlibrary • • • • • Puawhananga (𝘊𝘭𝘦𝘮𝘢𝘵𝘪𝘴 𝘱𝘢𝘯𝘪𝘤𝘶𝘭𝘢𝘵𝘢) is native to New Zealand. #HerNaturalHistory#SciArt by Sarah Ann Featon for her publication co-authored with Edward H. Featon, 𝘈𝘳𝘵 𝘈𝘭𝘣𝘶𝘮 𝘰𝘧 𝘕𝘦𝘸 𝘡𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘍𝘭𝘰𝘳𝘢, Vol. 1, Part 1 (1889). This work was the first fully colored art book to be printed in New Zealand. Sarah Ann's watercolors were reproduced for the publication using chromolithography. This book was contributed for digitization in #BHLib by the Gerstein Science Information Centre (@gersteinlibrary) of the University of Toronto Libraries (@uoftlibraries). Visit http://biodiversitylibrary.org and search for the title to view this work online. If you need help searching or navigating #BHL, leave a comment on this post. . . All this month, we're celebrating women in natural history with #HerNaturalHistory, an international social media campaign and the @iglibraries#LibrariesOfInstagram challenge topic for March. We hope you'll follow along and join the conversation for #WomensHistoryMonth! Click on the link in our bio for more information. . . #iglibraries#lovelibraries#libraries#archives#specialcollections#womeninscience#science#librarylove#5womenartists#naturalhistory#botany#botanicalart#NewZealand#WomeninBHLib#WomeninNaturalHistory#WomeninArt#WomenArtists#WomanArtist#WomeninArt#FemaleArtists#FemaleArtist#BiodiversityHeritageLibrary
22.03.2019 22:43:17
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women’s history month, series 4 -artist friends:
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women’s history month, series 4 -artist friends: 1. Polly Chu 2. Bia Gayotto 3. Claudia Carballada 4. Sandra Low 5. Nancy Monk - - - #5womenartists#womenshistorymonth#womenartists
22.03.2019 22:19:01
"She has become more closely identified with nature, 'freed from non-essentials'
"She has become more closely identified with nature, 'freed from non-essentials'." - Edward Weston, speaking of Henrietta Shore. • In honor of Women's History Month our California and Western Paintings & Sculpture department features Henrietta Shore's monumental and commanding "My Cat", ($100,000 - 150,000), a leading lot in their upcoming sale on April 16 in Los Angeles. • Art critics had forecasted Canadian-born Henrietta Shore would be enshrined in the Pantheon of American art along with her fellow-artist Georgia O'Keeffe, but unfortunately at age 83 she died destitute and forgotten in a mental institution in San Jose, California. Shore also had been a fellow student of O'Keeffe's at the Art Student's League of New York. In 1923, when both artists simultaneously exhibited abstracted nature scenes in New York, Shore's work attracted more praise from the critics. • After a three-year study in New York, Shore returned to Los Angeles in 1923, abandoning her former teacher Robert Henri's dark palette of deep blacks and blues, and significantly lightening her palette. The warm and brilliant sun of California led her to luxuriate in dazzling yellows, oranges, crimsons, and greens in her paintings. (We are grateful to Patricia Trenton, Ph.D., Independent Art Historian/Curator, for her assistance with this essay.) #Bonhams#Bonhams1793#BonhamsLA#BonhamsCaliforniaPainting#westernpainting#womenartists#WomensHistoryMonth#5WomenArtists#HenriettaShore#ourfamiliars#painting#fineart#auction
22.03.2019 22:17:23
Maud Lewis
“Fall Scene with Deer”
c 1950
Oil on pulpboard
Art Gallery of Nova Sc
Maud Lewis “Fall Scene with Deer” c 1950 Oil on pulpboard Art Gallery of Nova Scotia...more
22.03.2019 22:15:25
The Whatcom Museum is featuring #5WomenArtists from our collection throughout th
The Whatcom Museum is featuring #5WomenArtists from our collection throughout the month of March, Women’s History Month, and as part of @womeninthearts Today we feature the work of Gail Tremblay (b. 1945). Tremblay is an artist, writer, and activist of Onondaga and Mi’kmaq ancestry who lives in Olympia, WA. Since the 1980s, Tremblay has been weaving film baskets made from scraps of 35mm and 16mm film culled from a variety of sources including old movie trailers, and outdated educational documentaries. Employing the skills and visual language of her ancestry, Tremblay retains tradition through process while proposing a contemporary critique through her media which often reflects issues of appropriation and misrepresentation. Read more about Tremblay's life and artwork on our blog, linked in our bio. Gail Tremblay (b. 1945); An Iroquois Dreams That the Tribes of the Middle East Will Take the Message of Deganawida to Heart and Make Peace, 2009; 16mm film, leader, rayon cord, and thread. Gail Tremblay. Photo from Froelick Gallery. #5WomenArtists#WomensHistoryMonth#GailTremblay#WhatcomMuseum
22.03.2019 22:10:41
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Oops! I missed it! Yesterday was World Poetry Day and an opportune time to share
Oops! I missed it! Yesterday was World Poetry Day and an opportune time to share that I’ve been writing poetry this past year to help cope with Postpartum Depression/anxiety. Poetry has been a way for me to articulate my most raw feelings without thinking too hard or making a mess I wasn’t up for cleaning. Through adding yet another creative medium to my palette, I’ve realized that with this new life phase (Motherhood), I don’t even have the capacity to doubt my creativity. I don’t have the energy to deny my creativity- however it oozes out of me. In this specific body of work, I explore my femaleness, my desire for community and my insecurities in a sort of pedestrian prose. They serve as a stripped down (har har) caption for the Moody Nudies posing in my mind for the last few years. All feelings, words, drawings and photos are mine. 🌊 ✌️ 💙
22.03.2019 22:06:58
Because all female artists deserve recognition before they near 100, here are #5
Because all female artists deserve recognition before they near 100, here are #5womenartists in their 80s! (MBE + DR have their work on view now at @davidlewisgallery and @diaartfoundation) 1. Joan Semmel (age 86) 2. Mary Beth Edelson (age 86) 3. Lee Bontecou (age 88) 4. Yoko Ono (age 86) 5. Dorothea Rockburne (age 86) . . Be sure to subscribe in the bio for more content on women artists xx . . . #lessthanhalf#womenartists#femaleartists#womeninthearts#nmwa#eightyyearsyoung#ageism#womenofacertainage#stillkillingjt#joansemmel#leebontecou#yokoono#marybethedelson#dorothearockburne#diabeacon#davidlewisgallery
22.03.2019 22:06:51
Do you have any weekend plans yet? Why not visit the @womensmuseum  in Liberty S
22.03.2019 22:00:59
Can you name #5womenartists?
Alongside her husband Charles, Ray Eames helped to
Can you name #5womenartists? Alongside her husband Charles, Ray Eames helped to transform American life for four decades. Ray was a painter by trade and Charles an architect. They combined their creative aptitudes into an experimental design studio in Venice, California, where they explored materials and produced furniture and other functional products through a playful attitude to trial and error. See their DKR Chair (left, designed 1951) and DCW (Dining Chair Wood) (right, designed 1945-6) on view in A Life with Art: Gifts from Dwight and Sue Emanuelson. See more Eames work on view in our Objects of Design gallery. #CMAcollection#WomensHistoryMonth#ALifewithArt
22.03.2019 22:00:05
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“I think I will be able to, in the end, rise above the clouds and climb the stai
“I think I will be able to, in the end, rise above the clouds and climb the stairs to heaven, and I will look down on my beautiful life.” 💫 Happy 90th birthday to Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, born #onthisday in 1929 🎂 INFINITY-NETS [TWZT], 2005, acrylic paint on canvas, Collection of Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki 📷 Photographed during the 2017 exhibition “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors” at the @hirshhorn 🎨 #hirshhorn#hirshhornmuseum#yayoikusama#infinitymirrors#infinitynets#acryliconcanvas#5WomenArtists#womeninthearts#womenshistorymonth#infinitynetseries#kusamayayoi#kusamainfinitynets#infinitynetpaintings#japaneseart#japaneseartist#japanesepainting#japanesepainter#abstractart#abstractartist#art#artday#artallday#artstagram#artistsoninstagram#fortheloveofart#artmuseum#arthistory#artlover#dailyartwork
22.03.2019 21:57:15
Our weekend tours are currently ”Art by Women, Women in Art”! Meet Saturday or S
Our weekend tours are currently ”Art by Women, Women in Art”! Meet Saturday or Sunday at 11:20 am at the West Building Information Desk to discover images by and about women in the permanent collection. Please note: there are no weekend tours during Art in Bloom! #MatronsOfTheArts#5WomenArtists
22.03.2019 21:49:08
Next up in the #5WomenArtists we’d like to celebrate for #WomensHistoryMonth is
Next up in the #5WomenArtists we’d like to celebrate for #WomensHistoryMonth is Native American basket weaver Dolores Saneva Patencio! Born Dolores Saneva around 1860, she was a member of the Coyote moiety of the Southern California Cupeño tribe. In 1881 she married Francisco Patencio, head of the Aqua Caliente Cahuilla, and moved with him to his home in Palm Springs, California. Her early baskets contain Cupeño characteristics, but the predominant use of dark, dyed juncus in her later works show the influence of the Cahuilla style. Cahuilla basketmakers are well known for their intricate, bold designs and attention to detail. This photograph is particularly special as it documents Patencio working on two baskets in the museum’s collection: The olla she is weaving is one of the largest surviving examples of her work, and the second one, on the ground to her right, is a large presentation basket. Basket Weaver, Palm Springs, California, digitally reproduced by the USC Digital Library: From the California Historical Society Collection at the University of Southern California. Attributed to Dolores Saneva Patencio, Large Olla Storage Basket, ca. 1910, sumac, natural and dyed juncus on a deer grass bundle foundation, museum acquisition by exchange: Gift of Winifred Little, Edwin D. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kelley, A1-1988. Attributed to Dolores Saneva Patencio, Burden Basket, ca. 1910, sumac, natural and dyed juncus on a deer grass bundle foundation, Collection of Palm Springs Art Museum, A108-1974. #DoloresPatencio#WomensHistoryMonth#palmspringsartmuseum@womeninthearts
22.03.2019 21:46:30
Library student @claire_s_stacey chose to highlight @kara_walker_official for to
Library student @claire_s_stacey chose to highlight @kara_walker_official for today's #5womenartists Kara Walker is an American artist known for her #silhouette work which explores themes of #race,#gender,#sexuality, and #violence. Her art in this book edited by Friedhelm Hütte demonstrates the value of “a constant and sometimes vocal and sometimes visual and often loud and sometimes wrongheaded but ever-present reassessing of the System and its failings and successes.” #womenartists#womeninart#womenshistorymonth#art#artlibrary
22.03.2019 21:14:29
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#Repost@prospect_nola with @get_repost ・・・ #5womenartists SPOTLIGHT: Shawne Major @shawne.major grew up in Southwest Louisiana, earned a BFA from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and her MFA from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.  She lived in New York in the `90s and in 2008, after returning to Louisiana, she exhibited in the Prospect.1 New Orleans, curated by Dan Cameron. @djbc1956 She has grant awards from the Pollock-Krasner and the Joan Mitchell Foundations. Her work is in several museum collections including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute of American Art as well as many private collections. She has been awarded artist residencies at Skowhegan, Yaddo, Art Omi, Sculpture Space, and The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Major is represented by @arthurrogergallery in New Orleans and @marciawoodg in Atlanta. Image: Peccadillo by Shawne Major @womeninthearts#p1artist#p1nola
22.03.2019 21:12:03
Join us this evening from 6-8PM for the opening of “Seeds of Inspiration” and in
Join us this evening from 6-8PM for the opening of “Seeds of Inspiration” and introduce yourself to Kendall Reiss (@kendall.a.reiss ), our third featured artist in the #5womenartists campaign championed by @womeninthearts . . Reiss is a local artist here in Bristol, RI where she owns and operates Kendall Reiss Gallery & Studio, located at 469 Wood Street. Her business and studio focus on the exhibition of contemporary artists and jewelers with opportunities for private instruction in jewelry making and metalworking . . Currently, Reiss is working on a project with @coggeshall_farm_museum to utilize their Tim Bornstein Collection of Historic Tools to cast a new set of bells to be permanently installed at Coggeshall Farm in 2019. . This project, titled “Plumbing the Depths” is a featured component of our current exhibit, #onview through April 28th. Be sure to drop in for an hands-on look at the tools that inspired Reiss’ work . . . . #womeninthearts#seedsofinspiration#BAM#thewayiBAM#bristolrhodeisland#openingreception#meettheartist#contemporaryart#providence#eastbay#downtownbristolri#events
22.03.2019 21:09:58
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#Repost@tate ・・・ Today we’ve handed our feed over to curator, writer and speaker Katy Hessel of @thegreatwomenartists as she shares her #5WomenArtists for #WomensHistoryMonth. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵⛵ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The first woman over 60 to ever receive the prestigious #TurnerPrize, and champion of the British Black Arts movement of the 1980s, Preston-based Lubaina Himid is known for her paintings, prints, drawings and cut-out installations that challenge the stereotypical depictions of black figures in art history and institutional invisibility. The title of this painting nods to James Tissot's 1877 etching of a soldier sitting in a boat with two white women, implying he is torn between his potential lovers, whereas Himid's suggests the struggle for identity and belonging faced by migrants travelling across the oceans and seas. A beautiful work. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Lubaina Himid, Between the Two my Heart is Balanced 1991 — find this work on display @tatestives
22.03.2019 21:09:57
#Repost @tate
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Today we’ve handed our feed over to the wonderful Katy Hessel
#Repost@tate ・・・ Today we’ve handed our feed over to the wonderful Katy Hessel of @thegreatwomenartists as she shares her #5WomenArtists for #WomensHistoryMonth. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I first saw Dora Carrington's Farm at Watendlath at the brilliant Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by Her Writings @tatestives last year. Now it's here with us in London, I can go back and look at it as much as I like! A Slade School grad at the beginning of the 20th century, Carrington was a prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group – think Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell – who lived together in London. Painted whilst Carrington was on holiday with friends, this work has been suggested to emulate the curves of the female body, with the two small figures contemplating their own femininity. Dora Carrington, Farm at Watendlath 1921 — find this painting on free display at Tate Britain.
22.03.2019 21:08:05
#HeleneSchjerfbeck#repost Posted @withrepost • @royalacademyarts This summer we'
#HeleneSchjerfbeck#repost Posted @withrepost@royalacademyarts This summer we'll be celebrating the extraordinary career of #HeleneSchjerfbeck, Finland's best kept secret and national icon, in the first major exhibition of her work in the UK. The show will trace Schjerfbeck's work from her early naturalistic style, honed during her studies in France, to her highly abstracted self-portraits. Find out more and buy tickets via the link in our bio 👆! . Image: Helene Schjerfbeck, 'Self-Portrait,' Black Background, 1915. Oil on canvas. 45.5 x 36 cm. Herman and Elisabeth Hallonblad Collection. Finnish National Gallery / Ateneum Art Museum; photo: Finnish National Gallery / Yehia Eweis. . #IWD2019#IWD#InternationalWomensDay#5WomenArtists#Finland#art
22.03.2019 21:07:38
Thanks for joining us this week as we highlighted 5 living women artists from ou
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Thanks for joining us this week as we highlighted 5 living women artists from our permanent collection for #WomensHistoryMonth. Rinko Kawauchi is a celebrated contemporary photographer, known for her poetic depictions of everyday life, soft palette, and carefully edited photobooks. Born in Shinga, Japan, she went on to study photography and graphic design at the Seian University of Art and Design, graduating in 1993. After a period of working as a freelance photographer in advertising, Kawauchi released three photobooks of her personal work in 2001: UTATANE, HANABI, and HANOKO. Image credit: Rinko Kawauchi, Japanese, Untitled, 2011, from the series of 'Illuminance' archival ink jet print, © Rinko Kawauchi. #5womenartists#womenphotographers#womenshistory#contemporaryphotography#artphotography#bwphotography#photooftheday#mopasd#balboapark#balboaparksandiego#explorebalboapark#rinkokawauchi#japanesephotographers#photobooks@womeninthearts
22.03.2019 21:04:43
Spend time this weekend reading up on some of your favorite women artists. Check
Spend time this weekend reading up on some of your favorite women artists. Check out the Museum Store's collection of books featuring women artists by visiting tmastore.org, today! #5womenartists
22.03.2019 21:03:15
Today’s #5WomenArtists Collection Highlight:⁣
Woman Dancing; 19th century⁣
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Today’s #5WomenArtists Collection Highlight:⁣ Woman Dancing; 19th century⁣ Iran; Qajar⁣ Oil on canvas⁣ Object No.: 34.7⁣ *⁣ *⁣ Women do, women make, and women move. In this series of artworks that we’ve selected from our collection at Shangri La, we see that depicted women are featured as active participants in their own stories. Women are readers, dancers, drinkers, smokers, and music-makers. Many of these activities were not available to women from all classes: élite women usually had easier access to education and imported luxuries. Yet working class women had more freedom to express themselves through dance and music. Although women are the subjects of these artworks, none of them is signed - so we can’t be sure if the artists who made the works were women or men. ⁣ *⁣ *⁣ #5WomenArtists is an annual campaign started by @womeninthearts to address gender imbalance in the arts. Throughout the month of March, we are recognizing women in the arts by featuring past and future artists-in-residences and visual and performing artists, as well as artwork from our collection that features women. ⁣
22.03.2019 21:00:28
Our celebration of women artists continues with The Aguilar Sisters (Josefina, G
Our celebration of women artists continues with The Aguilar Sisters (Josefina, Guillermina, Irene & Concepción), who create painted clay work that captures the daily activities and passions of pueblo life in rural Mexico. Get to know more by following the #5WomenArtists tag for more from CMA and museums around the world in @womeninthearts#5womenartists campaign. And join CMA, @matriotsohio and YWCA Columbus next Thursday March 28 for the Women, Art, and Activism conversation featuring Cat Sheridan @a_catalyst, Tyiesha Radford Shorts, Dr. Treva Lindsay, and CMA’s Manager of Interpretation and Engagement Hannah Mason-Macklin. Pictured: Concepción Aguilar’s tribute to #fridakahlo, Frida Kahlo (The Tree of Hope Remains Firm); and Irene Aguilar, Bowl with Four Kissing Couples, Both Gift of A. V. Shirk. #womenartists#mexicanart
22.03.2019 20:44:17
My continuing love of women artists converges with my new interest in postage st
My continuing love of women artists converges with my new interest in postage stamps. Maria Sibylla Merian, 1647-1717, was an artist, naturalist, and publisher who specialized in metamorphosis. See her artist profile at NMWA.org. #5WomenArtists#pdxcc@WomenInTheArts
22.03.2019 20:43:19
#WomensHistoryMonth at Zenith we are celebrating Susan Freda @suefreda and her e
#WomensHistoryMonth at Zenith we are celebrating Susan Freda @suefreda and her ephemeral wire sculptures. See her work at both of our locations! . . . . . . #dcarts#culturaldc#5womenartists#susanfreda#wire#sculpture#art#artist#shoes#dresses
22.03.2019 20:30:46
An Altar in the World
by Stacy Boe Miller

I pick up a stone and name it
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An Altar in the World by Stacy Boe Miller I pick up a stone and name it Every time you’ve hurt me. I keep it . in my mouth, let it click against my teeth. The feather tangled . in my hair is from a country called Your father’s dying. Someday . I will be enough feather and tangle to lift myself away. The hawk-scream . through my window is My grandfather used to pray for me. Holy oil . from a jar inside his shirt pocket rides the currents of my skin. Some . things have no names yet: the pine arrow, the robin’s beak, the washer on a string . that could break any moment. March is #womenshistorymonth and the Prichard is highlighting local women artists. Today’s #womanartist is poet and jewelry designer Stacy Boe Miller from Moscow, ID. The poem above was published in @bloodorangereview Her jewelry can be found @mountainblueeyejewelry#5womenartists#prichardartgallery#supportlocalartists#herstory#crystals#jewelry#poetry@stacyboemiller
22.03.2019 20:29:57
It’s Friday. Let’s get weird 👯‍♀️👯‍♂️💥
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It’s Friday. Let’s get weird 👯‍♀️👯‍♂️💥 . . Hannah Hoch. "Modenschau (Fashion Show)," 1925-35. © 2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn . . #tgifridays#tgif#dancelikenooneswatching#surrealism#womensmonth#fivewomenartists#5womenartists#dada#berlin#womenshistorymonth#collage#fashion#collageart#fashionshow#genderbend
22.03.2019 20:14:38
#5womenartists - Letter R
1. Clare Rojas, solo exhibition and catalog “Through t
#5womenartists - Letter R 1. Clare Rojas, solo exhibition and catalog “Through the Woods” ACA Gallery of SCAD Atlanta 2010 2. Amanda Ross-Ho, “White Goddess” Series presented in “Stretching the Limits: Fibers in Contemporary Painting” 2012. @clarerojasart#clarerojas@ross_ho#amandarossho#badasses#womenartists#womenshistorymonth
22.03.2019 20:05:16
Artist Georgia O'Keeffe called "Special No. 9" (1915, pictured) a "drawing of a
Artist Georgia O'Keeffe called "Special No. 9" (1915, pictured) a "drawing of a headache. It was a very bad headache at the time that I was busy drawing every night, sitting on the floor in front of the closet door. Well, I had the headache, why not do something with it? So – here it is." This charcoal drawing is currently on view in our main building's modern galleries. #5WomenArtists#WHM19#WomensHistoryMonth
22.03.2019 19:55:03
Syrian American multi-disciplinary visual artist Ilham Mahfouz @ilhammahfouz has
Syrian American multi-disciplinary visual artist Ilham Mahfouz @ilhammahfouz has two pieces on display in our Museum. This sculpture is a recent addition to the Lower Level gallery dedicated to art in our collection. #5womenartists For #WomensHistoryMonth, and inspired by National Museum of Women in the Arts, all this month we are sharing Arab American women artists that have art on display at AANM.
22.03.2019 19:42:34
#5womenartists- Kellyann Burns is a contemporary artist, whose work will be on v
#5womenartists- Kellyann Burns is a contemporary artist, whose work will be on view at Louis Stern Fine Arts next month. Her paintings and collages incorporate abraded layers of color that emphasize the beauty in erosion, attrition, and regeneration. Image: Kellyann Burns, "Structure I," 2019, sandpaper and dried pigment/painting rags on board, 20 x 15 inches. #louissternfinearts#lsfa#kellyannburns#painting#collage#abrasion#erosion#abstraction#hardedge
22.03.2019 19:40:40
The great Indian dancer Uday Shankar by sculptor Malvina Hoffman for the @fieldm
The great Indian dancer Uday Shankar by sculptor Malvina Hoffman for the @fieldmuseum Hall of Man. Hoffman spent her life devoted to sculpting and promoting dance from around the world. She was great friends with ballerina Anna Pavlova and they collaborated to promote their art as global business women before women could vote. Together they created a large body of work in dance that is rarely seen. Pavlova saw it as her great legacy and Hoffman learned how to craft perfect dance movements under Pavlova’s critical eye. In 1939 Hoffman was so well known for her work in dance, the New York World’s Fair commissioned her to create a colossal fountain commemorating international dance. . . .#5womenartists#womenshistorymonth#malvinahoffman#udayshankar#women#ballet#womenshistory#rediscover#forgotten#dance#ballet#moderndance#indiandance@womeninthearts@thelilynews@lilylitclub#bookstagram#books#biography#reading Beautiful Bodies- The Adventures of Malvina Hoffman
22.03.2019 19:29:22
Pat Mahony
American, born 1951
"Clear Field"
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Oil on canvas
Crocker Art Muse
Pat Mahony American, born 1951 "Clear Field" 2000 Oil on canvas Crocker Art Museum, gift of John Natsoulas • #ArtOfTheDay#CrockerArt#WomensHistoryMonth#5WomenArtists#Art#AmericanArt
22.03.2019 19:25:45
It is powerful to see how images of women change when they are images created by
It is powerful to see how images of women change when they are images created by women. As female artists, we are speaking our truths and sharing our visions which include both the light and the dark. Today’s post for the #5womenartists challenge, actively acknowledging #womenshistorymonth is honoring Scarlett Cortez @saucynotsassy! She early on has claimed her spot in the badass hall of fame! I look forward to watching all that she will continue to accomplish in her life! #art#photography#womenartists#activism#spokenword#iaia
22.03.2019 19:22:35
Susan Myers created "Golden Pagoda" as part of her "Disposables" Series.  Pieces
Susan Myers created "Golden Pagoda" as part of her "Disposables" Series. Pieces in this series are modeled after takeout food containers. According to Myers, "The more recent artworks in this series, take this transformation a step farther by manipulating or 'unfolding' the form of the Asian takeout box to highlight a method of construction unique to this type of disposable container." Myers had a Tributaries show at the Metal Museum in 2010. image: Susan Myers, "Golden Pagoda," 2010. Silver-plated found metal, silver. Gift of the Artist. Photo by Houston Cofield. @WomenInTheArts
22.03.2019 19:20:10
Bethany Collins

For me, racial identity has neither been instantly formed nor c
Bethany Collins For me, racial identity has neither been instantly formed nor conjured in isolation. Rather, identity entangles memory: actual and revisited, cultural and historical, individual and collective. Through the dissolution of dichotomies and exploration of language, this work recalls moments in the formation of my racial identity as Black and Biracial. And each re-worked mark is yet another attempt to navigate the binary paradigm of race in the American South. Image Credit: Birmingham Museum of Art #bethanycollins#5WomenArtists#WomenInTheArts#GAWomenInTheArts
22.03.2019 19:15:12
Here’s the fourth installment in the #5WomenArtists campaign for Women’s History
Here’s the fourth installment in the #5WomenArtists campaign for Women’s History Month in association with @womeninthearts. Every Friday, we'll dive into our Archives to bring you the stories of interesting and dynamic women who have performed on our stages. Check out our highlights for our previous features! Pearl Primus created dances born of methodical academic research and activism blending numerous choreographic styles. She was also a mind-blowing performer. In 1948, Primus’ first program at BAM included Strange Fruit (1945), based on the poem by Abel Meeropol (publishing as Lewis Allan) about a lynching. Primus studied and eventually taught at the New Dance Group, which proclaimed, “Dance is a Weapon of the Class Struggle.” Pearl Primus— who performed, lectured, and wrote program notes at BAM—was a respected DanceAfrica elder.
22.03.2019 19:12:14
“Our earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos.” Happy 90t
“Our earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos.” Happy 90th Birthday to artist #YayoiKusama. 🎉 . . [“No. Green. No. I.” 1961. Edith Ferry Hooper Bequest Fund. BMA 1996.11] #artbma#5womenartists#womenshistorymonth
22.03.2019 19:06:52
EARRINGS DOBLE NÚCLEO 💜💛💛💜
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#distintadesigns 
Diseño y Artesanía .
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EARRINGS DOBLE NÚCLEO 💜💛💛💜 . #distintadesigns Diseño y Artesanía . Aluminio doble, violeta y dorado. 🔅Dos colores complementarios, opuestos. El amarillo, color primario. Violeta, secundario, obtenido al juntar el rojo, primario, y azul, primario. Y son complementarios ya que ninguno de ellos tiene el color contrario con lo cual su contraste es mayor‼️ . . . #color#designearrings#colores#bijouxdesign#designs#creativeearrings#distintadesigns#un10design#FridayFeeling#artmuseum#5womenartists#ArtTechMoMA#SondraPerry#juxtapozmag#revista#jewellerymaker#jewelryaddict#jewelrydesigner#jewelrytrends#joyasdeautor#earrings#style#rainbowjewelry#jewelrylove#caceres#extremadura#bohochic#freddiemercury#queen
22.03.2019 19:00:35
The next artist from our collection that we want to profile for the #5womenartis
The next artist from our collection that we want to profile for the #5womenartists campaign is #JaneDickson (American, b. 1952). Dickson has explored spectacle and entertainment in her work, rendering subjects like the carnival and #TimesSquare. Dickson lived and worked in Times Square for many years, finding inspiration in the neighborhood’s complex gritty energy. In this nighttime scene a scantily clad woman drags a stroller up a darkened subway staircase, while the eyes of her illuminated, chubby-cheeked baby hold the viewer’s gaze. - Jane Dickson, “Mother and Child”, etching on paper, 1984. - #lymanallyn#lymanallynartmuseum#fromthevault
22.03.2019 18:57:53
Happy Friday! For week four of #5WomenArtists we dive into the work of @erikablu
Happy Friday! For week four of #5WomenArtists we dive into the work of @erikablumenfeld a multimedia artist focusing on the wonder of natural ephemera who brings new meaning to working en plein air. In her series "Light Recordings," Blumenfeld uses only light and light-sensitive material to 'photograph' light and time in their simplest 'forms.' Her most recent work documents the effects of climate disruption, from the melting ice caps in Antarctica to the at-risk phytoplankton which produce at least 50% of the air we breathe, while maintaining a sense of wonder and awe. Through this collaborative approach between artistic and scientific fields, Blumenfeld hopes to show that each field can bring new knowledge to the other, and that "art is its own source of knowledge, with its own methodologies and basis for asking important questions." Blumenfeld is currently working as NASA's artist-in-residence to make astromaterials more accessible by 3D-imaging lunar and meteorite samples. Learn more about her work on her website: https://buff.ly/2FvoVYq⠀ __⠀ Erika Blumenfeld⠀ "Fractions of Light & Time", 2005⠀ Photograph on Cibachrome Plexiglas⠀ 13.5" x 19"⠀ $650
22.03.2019 18:47:28
This untitled graphite drawing from 1962 rounds out our spotlight on Lee Bonteco
This untitled graphite drawing from 1962 rounds out our spotlight on Lee Bontecou. You can see even more @artinstitutechi in “Into the Void,” the first exhibition devoted to her prints since 1975. #leebontecou#hfjmuseum#cornell#ithaca#5womenartists
22.03.2019 18:40:50
MCML recently discovered that these kamikpuks (acquired by George Swinton in the
MCML recently discovered that these kamikpuks (acquired by George Swinton in the 1960s) were made by Jessie Oonark (1906–1985), one of the most respected (nationally and internationally) Inuit artists. She was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1975 and appointed to the Order of Canada in 1984. The date of 1960 coincides with the publication of Oonark’s first prints that garnered her early recognition as an artist. The intricacy and astonishing symmetry of the embroidery on these kamikpuk hint at the talents that would later be displayed in her monumental wall hangings and bold drawings and prints.⁣ ⁣ Additional Links:⁣ https://iad.inuitartfoundation.org/artist/Jessie-Oonark ⁣ https://ndcorp.nu.ca/we-invest/subsidiaries/jessie-oonark/ ⁣ ⁣ \\⁣ ⁣ These embroidered wool boots, known as kamikpuk, are the liner for the traditional Inuit boot, the kamik. “Kamik” actually refers to a set of boots that can be layered depending on the temperature. An inner fur slipper is worn on the foot; this second kamikpuk layer functions like a boot liner and is worn inside a larger skin boot. An additional furred sealskin slipper is sometimes worn on top of the boots to provide an extra layer of waterproofing. While sealskin or caribou hide were historically the materials of choice, imported fabrics like wool became increasingly popular in the later 20th century.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Images 1 & 2: Kamikpuks Boots, Jessie Oonark, 61 x 28, Wool; Needlework, Embroidery, Currently in the MCML Collection⁣ - 282.00 ⁣ Image 3: Artist Jessie Oonark at work, 1983 - Darlene Coward Wright, Arctic Masterpieces: The Art of Jessie Oonark from the Winnipeg Art Gallery (1997)⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Continue to follow along for more spotlights on women craft artists throughout the month!⁣ ⁣ #5WomenArtists#WomensHistoryMonth  title="@womeninthearts" href="/womeninthearts" class="media-footer__link">@womeninthearts
22.03.2019 18:35:32
Céfiro y CTL Information Technology te invitan al mes de la mujer céfiro. 
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Céfiro y CTL Information Technology te invitan al mes de la mujer céfiro. Tecnología como fuerza fundamental en el desarrollo y evolución del arte. #cefiroarte#cefiro#experienciacefiro#5womenartists#arte#3dglasses#techart
22.03.2019 18:31:08
This Queen is 90 today 😍
“I’ve struggled and devoted all my energy to artistic c
This Queen is 90 today 😍 “I’ve struggled and devoted all my energy to artistic creativity and its excellence with a feeling of awe.” ~ #YayoiKusama 📷: #flashbackfriday to “Infinity Mirrored Room – Let’s Survive Forever” @wndrmuseum, newly acquired/ crowdsourced by @agotoronto and opening to the public May 25 ⚪️✨
22.03.2019 18:28:27
Today for #finecraftfriday, we are continuing our celebration of #5WomenArtists!
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Today for #finecraftfriday, we are continuing our celebration of #5WomenArtists! This week, we are featuring metal artist and jeweller, Audrée H.-St-Amour @audreehstamour. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Currently, Audrée's work is featured in the "Her Metal" exhibition at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, New Brunswick. . . Featured: "Heart beaten" by Audrée H.-St-Amour
22.03.2019 18:14:34
Our #girlsinmuseums #5womenartists of today is #VanessaWinship in @f_stelline! T
Our #girlsinmuseums#5womenartists of today is #VanessaWinship in @f_stelline! Tag your favourite contemporary women artists in the comments!
22.03.2019 18:07:35
Valerie Hegarty mines U.S. history to create paintings, sculptures, and installa
Valerie Hegarty mines U.S. history to create paintings, sculptures, and installations that comment on the turbulent state of our country today. We are honored that she has donated the ceramic piece pictured here–”Cracked George Washinton 1” (2017)–to our live auction on April 13. A ticket to the Feast II Afterparty gives you access to the auction as well as an open bar and dance party! Link in bio. #artshackfeast#artshackkickback#ceramics#contemporaryart#contemporaryceramics#5womenartists#ceramicartist
22.03.2019 18:01:07
Can you name 5 women artists? In honor of Women’s History Month the Esperanza is
Can you name 5 women artists? In honor of Women’s History Month the Esperanza is participating in the @WomenInTheArts initiative #5WomenArtists. This month, we will highlight five amazing women artists who have collaborated with Esperanza. Today we highlight Liliana Wilson. Wilson was born in Valparaíso, Chile, and began drawing at the age of eight. She went on to study law at the Catholic University of Valparaiso, Chile. In 1977, she visited the United States and subsequently settled in Austin, Texas. She studied drawing at Austin Community College, and painting at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. She has exhibited throughout the United States, Mexico, Argentina, and Italy. Her later work represents images of immigrants and refugees transitioning into unknown worlds. A book on her work called Ofrenda was published by Texas A & M Press in 2015, edited by Norma E. Cantu, and includes is a collection of writings on Liliana’s work by Gloria E. Anzaldua, Antonia Castañeda, Alicia Gaspar de Alba and others.
22.03.2019 18:00:19
The pictographic work and feminist imagery of Suellen Rocca has remained relevan
The pictographic work and feminist imagery of Suellen Rocca has remained relevant for decades since their creation in the 1960s. Rocca graduated from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago in 1964 and was quickly absorbed into a group of artists now known as the “Hairy Who”. Her work is greatly influenced by beauty advertisements and her love of hieroglyphs, whose repetitive patterns and compositions inform her work. Rocca utilizes a unique visual vocabulary of diamond rings, palm trees, hats, and handbags to call attention to the problematic “cultural icons of beauty and romance expressed by the media that promised happiness to young women of that generation.” For Rocca, her imagery is also a reflection of her personal history. MMoCA invites you to participate in the discussion of media and female body image by engaging with Rocca’s work in “Eye Deal”, an exhibition of artwork that plays on unrealistic media expectations. This Women’s History Month, follow Rocca’s lead and challenge expectations. #5womenartists#media#mmoca#eyedeal#suellenrocca#consumerculture
22.03.2019 18:00:18
A day late, but here is Consuelo González Amezcua, called Chelo (b.1903-d.1975).
A day late, but here is Consuelo González Amezcua, called Chelo (b.1903-d.1975). Born in Mexico to a family who immigrated to Del Rio, Texas, in 1913. She only had 6 years of formal schooling. She was accepted with a scholarship to the Academy of San Carlos to study art, but 3 days after her acceptance her father died. She lived in Del Rio for the rest of her life, selling candy at Kress. After her mom died, she lived with her sister in the family home for the rest of her life, never marrying or having kids. She traveled to Mexico often for artistic inspiration and was considered an eccentric in her town. She is known for her ‘filigree art’, her ballpoint pen drawings look like traditional Mexican jewelry. Her early work was black/white, later work incorporated colors and themes of Mexican history. She believed her inspiration came from God. She wrote poetry as well, and won awards for them in Mexico. Her drawings were unknown until an exhibit in 1968 at the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, leading to others in the US and Mexico. #consuelogonzalesamezcua#chelo#womanartist#5womenartists#outsiderart#filigreeart#drawing#womenshistorymonth#mexico#mexicanamerican#sketchbook#berkeleyartist#kidlitwomen#kierendutcher
22.03.2019 17:54:39
‪‘Sacrifice at the Altar of Vanity’, 24”x36”, oil on Belgian linen.‬
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‪‘Sacrifice at the Altar of Vanity’, 24”x36”, oil on Belgian linen.‬ ********************************* ‪For inquiries contact MEAM:‬ jm@infiesta.es ‪Info@meam.es‬ ‪+34 933 195 693‬ ************************************ ‪This piece is at MEAM @museummeam European Museum of Modern Art in Barcelona in the exhibition ‘PAINTING TODAY’, curated by @didimenendez of @poetsartists .‬ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #poetsartists#meam#exhibition#paintingtoday#museummeam
22.03.2019 17:51:45
#FernFriday: Elinor Frances Vallentin (1873-1924) created botanical #SciArt. Vie
#FernFriday: Elinor Frances Vallentin (1873-1924) created botanical #SciArt. View more of her work from publications digitized and contributed to @BioDivLibrary: http://ow.ly/N4cS30nTTMI -- #HerNaturalHistory#WomeninHistSciArt#WomensHistoryMonth#5WomenArtists
22.03.2019 17:46:42
Campagna social #5WomenArtists, ideata dal National Museum of Women in the Arts
Campagna social #5WomenArtists, ideata dal National Museum of Women in the Arts per promuovere l’equità di genere nelle arti nel #WomensHistoryMonth. Per saperne di più visita il sito adacreativity.com Infografica: Rappresentanza di genere alla Biennale di Venezia, 2011-2017 Fonte: Jen Lindblad, “AO sul luogo, anteprima e riepilogo: la 54a Biennale di Venezia 2011 inizia questa settimana” Art Observed, 30 maggio 2011; Maura Reilly, “Prendere le misure del sessismo: fatti, cifre e difficoltà”, numero speciale di ARTnews “Women in the Art World”, giugno 2015; e I numeri degli artisti della Biennale di Venezia, Artsy, 3 maggio 2017. ~ The fourth edition of the #5WomenArtists social campaign created by @womeninthearts to improve gender equity in the arts during the #WomensHistoryMonth. Read more at adacreativity.com Infographic: Gender Representation at Venice Biennale, 2011-2017 Source: Jen Lindblad, “AO On Site Preview and Summary: 54th Venice Biennale 2011 Begins This Week” Art Observed, May 30, 2011; Maura Reilly, “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes”, ARTnews Special Issue “Women in the Art World”, June 2015; and Venice Biennale Artists by the Numbers, Artsy, May 3, 2017. . #artists#womenartists#BiennalediVenezia#artworld#art
22.03.2019 17:26:54
I love being the only one in the #museum or #gallery because it allows for a mor
I love being the only one in the #museum or #gallery because it allows for a more intimate experience with the art! This month I have been spending time @konstmuseet in @skovdekulturhus! Almost 2/3 of the museum’s collection features 3 #femaleartists - 1. Anna Sjödahl + Elli Hemberg + Ester Henning and they are all located on the first floor - how is that for inclusivity and commitment! #womeninthearts#5womenartists#artinskövde#artinsweden#konstiskövde#konstisverige#fbf#flashbackfriday - more in stories!
22.03.2019 17:08:11
#FloraFriday: Augusta Innes Withers (1792-1877) created botanical #SciArt. View
#FloraFriday: Augusta Innes Withers (1792-1877) created botanical #SciArt. View more of her work from publications digitized and contributed to @BioDivLibrary: http://ow.ly/yPu330nTTyl -- #HerNaturalHistory#WomeninHistSciArt#WomensHistoryMonth#5WomenArtists#Botany
22.03.2019 17:08:11
Happy birthday #YayoiKusama! 
With work in collections and exhibitions around th
Happy birthday #YayoiKusama! With work in collections and exhibitions around the world (including locally at the @hirshhorn!), Kusama has been active for more than 65 years, creating everything from monumental sculptures to mind-boggling installations. Featured: “Louis Vuitton shop window display with Tentacles” by Yayoi Kusama, 2012/2015 “Pumpkin” 2016 #5womenartists
22.03.2019 16:59:28
#5WomenArtists — Rachel Marks 🦋 Paris-based artist Rachel Marks transposes her b
#5WomenArtists — Rachel Marks 🦋 Paris-based artist Rachel Marks transposes her background dancing for the @okcballet into her performances, where she uses dance as an artistic medium in her work. Her current site-specific installation, #NatureLiber, evokes the sights and sounds of a natural forest. On view now in the Bridge Space! 🦋 . . . #rachelmarksart#recycledbooks#bookart#childrensmuseum#nycarts#instamuseum
22.03.2019 16:56:34
Yay! Today is the day!!
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Head over to @craftcouncilbc stories for a peek into m
Yay! Today is the day!! . Head over to @craftcouncilbc stories for a peek into my day, balancing work + art 🎹👩‍🏭 . Thank you @craftcouncilbc for having me be a part of #5womenartists 💖 ---------------------- #Repost@craftcouncilbc ・ ・ ・ Are you ready for another #5WomenArtists takeover?! 🐳 . Today our stories are being taken over by Yumi Nagumo of @coastalkarmajewels! 💙 . Yumi is an emerging artist, still relatively new at her craft. She has a music education background, with a lifelong joy of creating ‘something out of nothing’. . When she isn’t teaching piano, you can find Yumi in her humble studio making jewelry with precious metals and natural stones. . Her blog post (link in bio) talks about how it is never too late to start a new creative pursuit, and how she got into jewellery-making. . Take it away, Yumi!
22.03.2019 16:49:55
“I started thinking about, well, why do we think of architecture in these mascul
“I started thinking about, well, why do we think of architecture in these masculine kinds of structure and form? Let’s change it and turn it pink! And so, that was the beginning of color, where I really started to question why I was using particular colors.” - Karen Rifas A career that spans more than 30 years, Miami-based artist Karen Rifas is well known for her minimal cord and leaf installations, and precise, methodical line drawings. Diverging in 2016 to explore the constructive possibilities of color, #DeceptiveConstructions, her 2018 solo museum exhibition at The Bass (May 24 – October 21, 2018), utilized recent works on paper, sculpture and vinyl floor drawings to experiment with the effects of color contrast on the perception of space. The exhibition was organized by The Bass curator, Leilani Lynch, pictured here with Rifas. #5WomenArtists#womencurators#atTheBass#Womenshistorymonth Image 3 📸: @zacharybalber
22.03.2019 16:48:57
Yayoi Kusama was born on March 22, 1929, in Matusmoto, Japan. Join us from 10 am
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Yayoi Kusama was born on March 22, 1929, in Matusmoto, Japan. Join us from 10 am–5 pm today to celebrate the artist's 90th birthday, experience #PhxArtKusama, design your own #InfinityRoom, see the short film Self-Obliteration (1967), and more. Yayoi Kusama, You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies, 2005. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, purchase with funds provided by Jan and Howard Hendler. #PhxArt#YayoiKusama#5WomenArtists#PhoenixArtMuseum
22.03.2019 16:02:22
Lee Miller, "Dorothea Tanning, Sedona, Arizona, 1943." © Lee Miller Archives, En
Lee Miller, "Dorothea Tanning, Sedona, Arizona, 1943." © Lee Miller Archives, England 2019.
19.03.2019 23:41:57
This baby flew to her new home.😄
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This baby flew to her new home.😄 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ https://alexandramanukyan.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ @moderneden#modernedengallery#oilpainting#artistoninstagram#art
18.03.2019 22:12:54
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