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Fiber Artist |Associate Professor of Architecture | Architect | www.quiltsbyvalerie.com Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtQuiltMapsETC My book: Art Quilt

Burton Creative Director Greg Dacyshyn Interview | BITCHSLAP MAGAZINE COPENHAGEN

Elizabeth Catlett a leading African-American sculptor, painter and printmaker died Monday at her home in Cuernavaca. In a career spanning more than 70 years, Elizabeth Catlett created sculptures that celebrate the heroic strength and endurance of African-American and Mexican working-class women. Throughout her career, Catlett has been a political progressive committed to improving the lives of African-American and Mexican women, and she has often used her art explicitly to advance their cause.

Photographs of ice structures by Jessica Rosenkrantz

Geisha with violin , ca 1905

Michael Graves' House in Princeton

The Casino – Campione d’Italia - Mario Botta

mario botta morbio house

Render of Casa Rotunda - mario Botta

Banca del Gottardo by Mario Botta, Lugano, Svizzera, 1984-1988. Photo Marco D'Anna

The Casino – Campione d’Italia - Mario Botta

Octoroon by Louisa Picquet • Tales of Southern Slave Life

Mme. Abomah "the tallest lady in the world." She was a businesswoman, performer, and had various jobs, but, my goodness, in every photo she has the bearing of an empress

Circassian Beauty In the 1860s, P.T. Barnum exhibited women whom he claimed were Circassian beauties. They wore a distinctive Afro hair style and were known as “moss haired girls.”

caramelized carrots side dish ... interesting combination, but it does sound yummy

Victorian Lady Name unknown. Hugh Mangum Photographs Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University

Home Sweet Home | 1936 African American sharecropper family outside of their home, Scott, MS. Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. Life Photo Archives © Time Inc., Courtesy of LIFE.com

1800s Photo of a Black Woman

The college girl (Mara Hruby) Photo by Fredrick Shavies

Homemade Chicken Noodles Casserole that's perfect when you're down with a cold. This can be frozen too and added into freezer meal planning

Portrait of Captain William T. Shorey and family in Oakland, CA 1898. He was born in Barbados on 7/13/1859, and spent his life at sea. He obtained his certification in 1885 as a sea captain.

Archimedean architecture "student work" - Google Search

Archimedean Solids architecture + "student work" - Google Search