Tag Archive: ArtistMuse

Jul 10

We join with @ArtStLouis to present “Maturity and Its Muse: Celebrating Artistic Experience” #artistmuse #artnstlou

Attention all St. Louis area artists over age 70. Art Saint Louis is now accepting entries for this juried exhibition. Entries close September 1, 2017. Below is the link for all the information you will need to know. This is the second iteration of the show. The first exhibited in April 2016 was extraordinary! Jurors …

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Jul 09

#artistmuse #productiveaging via @artnet by @benadavis “Why Activist Poet Margaret Randall Is a Perfect Muse for SITE Santa Fe”

Please take a few minutes to learn more about Margaret Randall…if we were to open nominations for the Artist Muse of the Year, she would surely be a top the list!” Margaret Randall, self-described “feminist poet, writer, photographer and social activist,” was born in New York City in 1936. Amid a life of many peripatetic adventures, …

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Nov 20

#artistmuse Sharon Jo Callner #artnstlou

Sharon Jo Callner, age 71, has died in St. Louis. And what a life she has had…so sorry that she was under my radar. The obituary written by Michael Sorkin in today’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch, which you may read here http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/obituaries/artist-sharon-jo-callner-was-tough-as-nails-suffered-no/article_25e45eaa-b738-5d7d-af42-44651204445c.html speaks to an interesting life well lived. Who knew we had such a cool person in …

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Oct 06

25 Famous Women on Getting Older By Julie Ma via@TheCut @NYmag

Great article in “The Cut” blog: 25 Famous Women on Getting Older by Julie Ma By Julie Ma Ja photo: Photo: Lennart Preiss/Getty Images, NBC/Getty Images, Samir Hussein/Getty Images, Michael Kovac/Getty Images “Dewy, un-creased twentysomethings have long been held up as the essence and ideal of womanhood in popular culture. But you know the mania for …

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May 11

Looking Back to Look Forward at #ArtistMuse

What a joy it remains to learn of artists of a “certain age” having one person shows in New York. I love that in Maturity they can continue to serve as a muse for us all. Today I highlight Nancy Grossman (a long time fave of mine) and photographer, Mark Cohen (who I embarrassingly admit) …

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Feb 07

Maturity Muse-ables #6

“Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Feb 02

Michael Snow, Acclaimed Canadian Multidisciplined Artist, Exhibit Opens at The Philadelphia Museum of Art

  Michael Snow’s first exhibition in the United States in over four decades opens in Philadelphia Powers of Two, 2003. Michael Snow, Canadian, born 1928. Four photographic transparencies, suspended from ceiling, 102 x 192 1/8 inches (259 x 488 cm). PHILADELPHIA, PA.- The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents the first exhibition in the United States …

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