Tag: visual art

Carry On

Artist’s Statement I am a cis-woman, but I try as much as my understanding allows to speak about feminist issues from the broadest perspective possible.

Judith

Artist’s Statement This piece is in reference to a painting by the artist, Artemesia Gentileschi, which depicts the bible story of Judith slaying Holofernes. Part

A Burst of Butterflies

The veil of ignorance can prevent us from knowing who we are. But we owe it to ourselves to explore our potential and seize our

Woman: Undefined

Artist’s Statement Woman: Undefined is a collection of abstract, multimedia pieces endeavoring to deconstruct womanhood as a particular shape or role and represent it as

Anne (Anne Truitt)

In The Folds

Artist’s Statement My still life portraits investigate issues of women’s empowerment and changing identity. Starting with paper photographs of women, I fold, tear, and crumple

Artist Feature: Milana Braslavsky

I work with domestic settings and distorted figuration, and the characters in my photographs transform themselves using basic materials including purses, pillows and their own

Artist Feature: Andrea Donnelly

This body of work will continue, as a collection of textile texts, to write its own meaning. It seems I will always be learning this language.

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