Saturday, January 25, 2014

Vive La (R)evolution Press Part 2!

More press after last fall's Women Painting Women shows came down,
here is Round 2! See Round 1 HERE.

Some artists involved in the shows have been blogging about their WPW opening experience, different aspects of what it means to be in a Women Painting Women show and how women artists approach this theme, possibly, differently than their male counterparts. Their insights are well worth reading!
Carly Strickland's blog (catalog designer), Self Portrait at Work, vector illustration
Linda Tracey Brandon,'s Blog  A World With Stripes,  24x36, oil
Lisa Gloria's Blog,  Victory, 24v18, oil on Maple
Ilaria Rosselli Del Rurco's Blog, Girl From Virginia,  24x32,  oil
Candice Bohannon, oil on mounted linen, 13.25x44.25

There is an eloquent and thought provoking review of the show by Gail Leggio in the
very well respected American Arts Quarterly in the Fall 2013 issue.

Individual back issues are $3 each (shipping included). Please be sure to indicate the number of copies, Volume number, and issue number for each order. Checks should be made payable to: Cultural Studies Center, 915 Broadway, Suite 1104, New York, N.Y. 10010.
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American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2013, Cover. That's Sadie Valerie's self portrait
If you click on the images of the pages below they should be large enough for you to read them. The article is not online.  

Times Free Press, by Barry Courter, a review of the Townsend Atelier show.
Women Seen by Women Seers, (I like that title), in The Pulse, by Michael Crumb,
a review of the Townsend Atelier show.
catalog is available for the Townsend Atelier show.

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