I did this today.
This blog features a series of portraits of women painters, mostly from the 1800s, like the self-portrait of Morisot shown above. Do have a look.
In my current fine art work, Growth Series, I explore the meandering travels, patterns and textures of consuming growth. I am drawn to lush environments in which natural foliage has grown to envelop a space. Mosses, lichens and grasses become agents of transformation; they cover the surface like a blanket and seem to radiate with life.
— Jessie Fair
Jessie Fair’s website is here.
“Arrival” , oil by Shelby McQuilkin.
When this came up on Twitter I saw only the bottom half of it, which I really like as an abstract composition.
Check out the original post on Shelby McQuilkin’s blog.
New work by me.
Click here to see more work by this wonderful British artist, Victoria Crowe.
I have a smallish square canvas handy which I decided to put to good use as a painting for my Twitter friend and fellow feminist @LeStewpot. Running low on supplies but I’ll keep going until all my paints run out.