#WOMENSART (@womensart1 )

#WOMENSART

Bio Celebrating ♀s art & creativity, curated by freelance writer, co-author & art historian @PL_Henderson1. Images are © to respective owners
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Twitter Web App : #WOMENSART blog: The Glasgow School Sisters who Influenced Klimt womensartblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/14/the…

Twitter Web App : Detail from a map shawl, woollen embroidery, Kashmir, late 19th century #womensart

Twitter Web App : Cat, by US artist Sue Beatrice who creates steampunk style sculptures and jewellery out of old watch parts #womensart

Twitter Web App : Animals In The Forest, by Yumiko Higuchi, contemporary Japanese embroidery artist #womensart

Twitter Web App : Trained as an illustrator, Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935), feminist and author, best known for her semi-autobiographical story The Yellow Wallpaper(1892) about a woman driven to madness, often used sketches in her letters to convey her feelings #womensart

Twitter Web App : Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Aboriginal women artists living in the remote Australian Red Centre #womensart

Twitter Web App : Illustration from The Ice Bear (2010), a book by author and illustrator Jackie Morris, who lives and works in her small cottage in Wales #womensart

Twitter Web App : Woman in Tehuantepec, Mexico, 1929 by Tina Modotti, Italian photographer, model, actress, and revolutionary political activist #womensart

Twitter Web App : The House of Opposites, 2019, multi-art collaboration between Eleanor Mulhearn, Alice Kettle, Alison Duddle & Jenna Ashton. Feminist reimagining of the domestic space-as-dollhouse: mythological, fantastical, sensuous & diverse. Inspired by Leonora Carrington #womensart

Twitter Web App : Parisian avant-garde painter Marie Laurencin, Tête de femme de profil, 1909 #womensart

Twitter Web App : Celebration in the Forrest hand stitched embroidery by Irem Yazici, Turkish born textile artist #womensart

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Twitter Web App : Three-year-old Parker Curry, awestruck by Amy Sheralds portrait of Michelle Obama, in an image that went viral. Now the subject of “Parker Looks Up: An Extraordinary Moment,” a children’s book Parker co-authored with her mother #womensart

Twitter Web App : Linen jacket by Agnes Richter, a seamstress who was forced into an Austrian asylum during the late 1800′s and who embroidered her life story onto the jacket as an attempt to regain her identity #womensart

Twitter Web App : Caterina van Hemessen (1528-1587) Flemish painter credited as first artist to create a self-portrait with easel #womensart