#museummonday Kay Kurt’s paintings are currently on view @shelburnemuseum in Shelburne, VT as part of the exhibition ‘Sweet Tooth: The Art of Dessert,’ through February 18, 2018. #kaykurt#albertzbenda#shelburnemuseum#sweettooth#womenpainters
Sweet Tooth: The Art of Dessert explores America’s appetite for tantalizing and tasty confections and its impact on modern visual culture. Through the installations of artists working within the subject matter and dessert-themed mixed media, the works of art featured in this exhibition provide a feast for the eyes that is well worth devouring. Delve beneath the sugarcoated surfaces of these delectable paintings, prints, sculpture, and more, and explore the deeper threads of meaning linked to our insatiable desire for sweets.
For much of history, women have been viewed as both good and evil, angel and seductress, nurturing mother and dirty temptress. This duality plays in not just women's roles but in all of nature's cycles, light and dark, winter and summer, life and death. This "Yin and Yang of Woman" #acryliconcanvas , represents much of that cycling of feminine energy. She holds her womb which within it is contained the seed of sacred life.
Mela Muter exhibition in Warsaw. Part of a private collection is on display right now on a 42nd floor of one of capital's ugly scyscrapers. They invite you to use cargo elevator to get to the top of the building. That said one must feel irony of having socialist-jewish-free-spirited-die-in-poverty-woman's paintings hanging in yet another capitalistic shrine of gold.
And of course those paintings are worth seeing in any entourage. Incredible artist #MelaMuter worked and lived in Paris. She died 50 years ago. "Kobieta w etoli" 1919 #womenpainters#womenpaintingwomen#womeninart
This painting is called 'Earth Full Of Love' and will be at my Open Studio opening tomorrow at 11am for the last weekend. (click link in profile for all info)⠀
My husband Mike and I frequently walk on Dartmoor and it never fails to lift my spirits and open my heart. It is as if our feet are picking up the rhythms of the earth, that they are traveling up to my heart … I feel it in my soul …⠀
Where do you walk near you that lifts your spirits? I 'd love some travel inspiration for new places to visit xx
This is Fatemeh, young girl from Teheran, Iran. Her dream is to become a renowned painter one day. Painting makes her feel free because she can express her thoughts and beliefs. She will work hard to get good grades at school to pursue her passion. "One Day I Will" is an ongoing photography project by Vincent Tremeau (@vtremeau). It consists in inviting children and teenagers around the world to dress up in the outfits of who they want to become in the future.