Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Women Artists’


Emerging From the Shadows

Emerging From the Shadows

Women artists. From 1860 to 1960. From realism of the 19th century to the modernism of the 20th century. Painters, sculptors, illustrators, printmakers, and ceramicists. Over 2,000 images. And covering 320 female artists. This is Emerging from the Shadows: A Survey of Women Artists in California, 1860-1960 by Maurine St. Gaudens. The Creative Arts Group in […]

For Artists: A Must See

For Artists: A Must See

Lost in Living is a film for artists. Particularly women artists, though not exclusively. It’s also a film for people who are living with, loving, or trying to understand artists. For me, Kat Ward (no journalistic royal “we” here), Lost in Living by Mary Trunk and Paul Sanchez of Ma and Pa Films was a pivotal […]

Connie Rohman at the Fremont Gallery

Connie Rohman at the Fremont Gallery

There are fifteen women showing from all over the world at the Fremont Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, “Fifteen Graces,” but we’re partial to the work of Mount Washington’s own Connie Rohman, a fiber artist who uses traditional methods and materials (hand-dyed fabrics, quilts, etc) to explore abstract shape, line, and color. She’s very talented. The exhibition […]

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