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Spend 2022 in Rosalind Wise’s Vibrant British Meadows

Rosalind Wise meadow calendar 2022This holiday season, we’re excited to introduce Pomegranate, a publishing and printing company that offers its customers “art you can bring home.” In celebration of Pomegranate’s commitment to inclusivity, we’re excited to spotlight some of the brilliant women artists in their catalogue. Read more about Pomegranate below.read more.

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Mourning the Loss of Painter/Poet Etel Adnan

In the last book she published while alive, Shifting The Silence, writer and multi-disciplinary artist Etel Adnan declares: “I am not in a hurry to live, I am not in a hurry to die; I am just talking to you.”

The stream of consciousness that flows throughout the intimate prose of the publication is one that collapses together the looming uncertainty of death with the calm simplicity of living the everyday.… read more.

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‘Really Rough Scrubbing Brush’ Takes Aim at “Blackfishing”

Olivia Sterling painting Pasty Legs Begone from Really Rough Scrubbing Brush
Olivia Sterling's Really Rough Scrubbing Brush discusses the politicization of plus-size Black bodies in media.
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Crafting Femininity at NYC’s Museum of Art and Design

Cowan's Dance of the Pacific Coast Highway at Sunset at Craft Front and Center
Craft Front and Center is about a love of material and its expressive potential, and not a room full of “women’s work.”
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Lee Krasner: Kindness Thrives in the Art World

Happy Birthday to American abstract expressionist painter, Lee Krasner!
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The Photography of Hansel Mieth: The Story Is in the Roots

The Cotton Picker photograph by Hansel Mieth
What a gift I found the day I visited the Sonoma County Museum and began to see the world through the shutter of Mieth’s camera.
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