Why do humans make art? What does the art we make say about who we are?
For Women’s History Month we focuse on women artists, and the stories they tell through their art.
by Nancy G. Heller.
Take a stroll through the Museum’s extensive permanent collection without leaving home.
by Frances Borzello.
An in-depth presentation of how women artists have chosen to picture themselves.
by Lisa E. Farrington
For over 3 centuries African-American women artists have created an alternative vision of how women of color are represented in American culture.
by Joan Simon
A 118-foot-long wall seems to weep as droplets of water ooze from thousands of tiny holes…750,000 pennies form a vast copper mosaic….
by Reine-Marie Paris, translated from the French by Liliane Emery Tuck
Many people know the famous sculptures of Rodin, but few know that his muse and mistress was also a very talented artist in her own right.
by Barbara Rose
An international sculptor who’s vision developed under the hostile eyes of Poland’s former repressive Communist regime.
by Susan E. Meyer
The life and work of the strong-willed American woman who studied in Paris and became a noted contributor to the Impressionist movement.