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Days of Art 2017-08: Anne Whitney, Groundbreaker

This article is part of our ongoing Days of Art Series and also one of the first entries in our #NastyWomenArtists series about groundbreaking female artists who kicked arse even if they have been largely eliminated from texts or ignored during discussions of Art’s enduring history. 793 more words


Anne Fewell, Guest Artist Extraordinaire

Accomplished sculptor, painter, illustrator and published author Anne Fewell, who is a friend of mine, was interviewed recently in a publication. Here is that interview: 758 more words

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Last Week for Applications to be Submitted

House for A Lost Tree, pic by Ian Hobbs

Ainslie Murray

There are only 7 days left to apply for stipend to be part of Eden Unearthed in 2017.  367 more words

5 Dope Facts on Edmonia Lewis, The First Successful Black Female Sculptor!

1. Edmonia Lewis was born in 1845 to an African American father and Chippewa mother. Her parents died before she turned 5 and she went to live with her mother’s tribe. 283 more words

Welcome to the Most Original and Unique Contemporary African Art Gallery in the UK

It’s my very great pleasure to introduce you to Debs Digby, creator and curator of Fillingdon Fine Art. I first met Debs through our Athena business networking group, and she talked about her colourful contemporary African Art gallery. 1,266 more words


Here, there and everywhere...

Finding the right spot at Eden Gardens for your installation is important.  We’re looking for works that respond specifically to this site, after all.  There are numerous nooks and crannies here in the garden, out on the main roads and even in retail that might suit you. 120 more words