Sunday, April 19, 2009

A little dedication post to Three inspiring females

I was having a moment today looking over the past weeks and all that I have missed updating my blog about and I realized that this month we have had three solo shows from three truly impressive females of our time open across the USA. Each of them doing something different and totally unique. They are inventors, creatives, and truly organically talented, working and dedicating everyday to being who they are and making a place for themselves in this highly competitive world. I would just like to dedicate this little post to these three women, and really give them a virtual high five and a huge hug for being truly awesome females that inspire me daily to keep working my ass off, and I hope matter if your male of female that they do the same for you. Rock on!

Liz Mcgrath opened her solo show in New York City at the Sloan Fine Art Gallery, Titled " Shadowless Summer". Here are some images from this show, again truly impressive talent..and hands that craft magic.

Link to her solo show HERE

Link to a new Interview “I’m No Liza Minnelli” - An Interview with Liz McGrath
By Daniel Alonso
Here





Sylvia Ji just opened her solo show "Haute Epoch" at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Sylvia really is such an amazing painter, she is a master of color and those women with the big eyes, tattooed faces and Mexican head pieces arise something in me that make me just want them in my life. I want to be one of them. HA! if only!

Link to Sylvia's Website Here
Link to her solo show at Corey Helford HERE












Brandi Milne is another female artists that has really created a place for her self in the art world. She has a unique artistic style of combining art nouveau with anime. She just opened her solo show " Run Rabbit, Run" at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, California.

Link to Brandi Milne website HERE
Link to her solo show at ThinkSpace HERE











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