I was really drawn to these gorgeous lush watercolors by San Francisco based artist Emily Proud.
Her work explores watercolor’s physical and transcendent qualities through abstracted depictions of the California landscape. Emily is inspired by geographical features, the environment, weather, and current events. She often paints outside or from photographs she takes in San Francisco and other places around the Bay Area and California.
Lavinia Fontana by Annie Kevans Courtesy of the artist and The Fine Art Society
Annie Kevans works to redress the feminine balance in her latest series of works depicting key, but forgotten, women in history of art
Kara Walker with “A Subtlety,” her 75-foot sculpture in the storage shed of the former Domino Sugar refineery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her art installation opens to the public on May 10. (ph: Abe Frajndlich for The NY Times)
Not to sound like a broken record, but it has become bitterly clear that MoMA’s stubborn unwillingness to integrate more women into these galleries is not only a failure of the imagination and a moral emergency; it amounts to apartheid.