Between Public and Private Spaces

11/15/18 Nicole Wermers, explores the relationships and boundaries between public and private space through her sculptural installations where everyday objects are re-cast. She is particularly interested in urban space and it’s social, economic and psychological affects. Β  In an interview in BerlinArtLink Wermers states, “Private and public spheres are increasingly merging in different layers of […]

The Nude Self Portrait

2/13/18 Paula Modersohn Becker had a short lived career. She died at the age of 31 from a post pardum embelism. A tragic event under any circumstances and I think a loss for the art world and women painters in particular. Becker is known in part for her nude self-portraits that had a more earthly, […]

A Woman Expressionist

7/4/15 Notes to Myself: Thursday I needed an “art fix”. So I took myself to the Princeton University Art Museum. A pure treasure! While there, I came across an artist by the name of Gabriele Munter. I had not heard of her before but her paintings just spoke to me. Youthful in spirit and simplicity […]