In Wonderland: Women Surrealists at LACMA

This looks like it will be a great show!  In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States   The exhibition includes works in a variety of media dating from 1931 to 1968, and some later examples that demonstrate Surrealism’s influence on the feminist movement….

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The Working Proof

I have a print edition up on the Working Proof.  They are a great resource for great print editions by artists.  Each artists print is paired with a charity. See my print “Ozz” here. Its an edition of 50 prints for $30 each! They release a new print once a week, on Tuesdays…

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Velvets 1974-1982

When one thinks of paintings on black velvet they are most likely to envision a kitschy idyllic landscape or portrait of Elvis collecting dust in a thrift shop and not in a contemporary gallery.   Perhaps because of this common predisposition, I was struck by the mixed media acrylic paintings and fabric collage on velvet…

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"Vermeer Studio"

Happy Birthday to me, the new studio is finally all set up. My husband helped me  convert the utility/laundry room of our bungalow into a small sunny studio.  I think it sort of looks like a Vermeer interiorwith the checkered floor and window panes.  

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Cadillac Ranch Via Route 66

On the moving road-trip to L.A. we passed through Amarillo, Texas home of infamous Cadillac Ranch.  Cadillac Ranch is a site specific artwork located on the property of art patron and Texan millionaire Stanley Marsh 3, in Amarillo Texas. The piece was created in 1974 by the San Francisco and Houston…

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New York Gallery Trip

On my NYC Grant trip to Guerra Paint Shop and the Alan Shield’s Retrospective I also had time to check out a few other shows at museums and galleries to round out my trip.  Highlights included a painting show in Chelsea of only contemporary female painters.  I also saw many…

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