by Patricia Frischer
I live in Cardiff by the Sea and for years I attended weekly yoga classes by a lovely local instructor Emmy Garnica. Manuelita Brown and her husband were often fellow movers and stretchers along with a hardy group of Silver Agers. Of course I know of Manuelita’s work and have visited her studio/home on more than one occasion when it was open to the public. But it was educational to see her work presented in this slide show which put more context to a life-time of work in response to personal experiences.
It was also fun to see some personal family photos and a very early painting on a glass bottle that survived from 1949!
|Interesting side by side with one of Manuelita's idols, Elizabeth Catlett|
Another side by side with one of Manuelita's idols, Elizabeth Catlett, this time using her own son as America's Son
Great Women Artists, Then And Now
Part Two: Thursday, March 11, 7:00–8:30pm
members free, visitors $5 per lecture
In association with the upcoming Twenty Women Artists: NOW exhibition at OMA, join Robin Douglas for a riveting two-part series highlighting the powerful contributions of women artists throughout the ages, from ancient creators to the Renaissance to the groundbreaking geniuses of the 20th and 21st centuries. Join for one or both parts and hear their stories, discover their artwork, and enjoy hidden treasures along the way. Connect with us via your computer or personal device as we celebrate the ever-evolving legacy of women in the arts working at the highest level of professional creativity.