Music(1961) by Gabriela Polony-Mountain, Regina Quick Center for the Arts. Photo by Wayne Stratz.
Who are your favorite women artists? The National Museum of Women in the Arts is doing their challenge for March,
Can You Name Five Women Artists? In the second in my series, here are 5 more for you to enjoy:
Gabriella Polony-Mountain(1918-) Mosaic Artist and Renaissance Woman. Her mosaic Music is pictured above.
Margaret Honda: An Answer to Sculptures, Film (Künstlerhaus Bremen) | 2016 | © Künstlerhaus Bremen
Margaret Honda(1961-) Color Shifting Art
Margaret Tafoya from Pottery by American Indian Women by Susan Peterson.
Margaret Tafoya(1904-2001) Clothing Her Children with Clay. Tewa potter from New Mexico.
Hilma af Klint: Group IX/UW, No. 25, The Dove, No. 1, 1915, 151 × 114.5 cm, Oil on canvas. Foto: Henrik Grundsted. Courtesy: Stiftelsen Hilma af Klints Verk.
Hilma af Klint(1862-1944) Swedish Spiritual Art with Rainbows. She was the first woman allowed to go to art school in Sweden.
Clara Driscoll(1861-1944) Designer of many of Tiffany’s Lamps
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is doing their name
#5womenartists challenge for 2017. For Women’s History Month, here is my first installment of 5.
Sheila Hicks(1934-), American: Fabulous Fiber Art
Silk Rainforest by Sheila Hicks at Renwick Museum, Washington, DC. Photo by Wayne Stratz.
Alice Bailly(1872-1938), Swiss: Bold Painter
Alice Bailly Self-Portrait 1917. Photo by Wayne Stratz. National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Emily Carr(1871-1945), Canadian: From the Forest
Emily Carr, House Posts, Tsatsinuchomi, B.C., 1912 watercolour and graphite on paper 55.4 cm x 76.6 cm National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Purchased 1928 3542
Helen Mirkil, American: Philadelphia Painter of Ecstatic Landscape
Erosion. Helen Mirkil.
Elizabeth Osborne, American: Philadelphia Painter of Veils of Color
Equinox II by Elizabeth Osborne, James Michener Museum of Art. Photo by Wayne Stratz.