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Do women have to be naked to get into U.S. museums? This is one of four posters we made for the project "Public Viewing" organized by Littman Kulturprojeket, Basel/Switzerland. Posters were placed on sandwich boards and carried around the Shanghai Contemporary 07 New International Contemporary Art Fair in September.

  • Bhavika Boga

    I think that deals with more of an appreciation for the grace and beauty of a female figure instead of any submissive intentions

  • Pam Burrell

    What Bhavika said!

  • Tina West

    I think historically, many women were too busy in traditional gender roles to pursue arts and self expression outside of the home. Its a fairly modern concept for women to have freedom and flexibility to follow their dreams.

  • Lilach Tfilin

    I wrote a paper about you girls when I was in collage 10 years ago!

Andrea Lauren (@inkprintrepeat) | It has been a busy few days but I am happy to be stepping away from the computer and carving this dala horse design this morning! Really enjoying these folk themes! | Intagme - The Best Instagram Widget

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Linocut and woodblock print. Self portrait by Heather Hazard.

Cyanotype : Vintage edwardian gown printed directly onto canvas. -Jennifer Glass

Liverpool International poster photo: Helen Birch

Wayne Thiebaud Breakfast, 1995 Color drypoint Image Size: 17¾ x 23¾ " Paper Size: 28¾ x 33¾ " Edition Size: 50 Publisher: Crown Point Press Printer: Daria Sywulak

Breakfast | Crown Point Press

Eight prints from John Cage’s Eninka (smoked paper monotypes; 1986)

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Elise Wagner | Encaustic Workshops | Fine Art | Portland Oregon collagraph monoprint with encaustic

Elise Wagner | Encaustic Workshops | Fine Art | Portland Oregon