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.   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 […]