The use of color in my paintings is of paramount importance to me. Through color I have sought to concentrate on beauty and happiness in my painting rather than on man’s inhumanity to man.
If you’ve never seen any of her works you would think that she is a contemporary artist and you’d probably would want to see her work up close and personal asap. Unfortunately she is not. […]
You feel sorry for me because a woman’s name raises doubts until the work is seen; I shall not bore you any longer with this female chatter. The works speak for themselves.
In 1985 the MOMA in New York held an exhibition entitled “An International Survey of Painting and Sculpture”. It was supposed to feature the artists producing the most compelling and original work at the time. […]
Frida Kahlo has become a symbol of female emancipation and empowerment and rightfully so. She chose to deal with her misfortune by creating art instead of giving up.