Pochoir.

This post has been sitting in my “draft” box for a year and a half.  I think that between the post before this one, with the Anthro print–and the one that will come after this post–I have finally shook it loose.  Lol… The last post, with the wonderful framed bouquet, made me think very much…

Friday Femme: Bauhaus Master, Gunta Stolzl

Originally posted on Flapper Femme:
Bauhaus member and powerhouse, Gunta Stolzl led an amazing life, had a brilliant career and a fulfilling family life. You can read more about her here, on a website created by her daughters and grandson:  I’m so smitten with her work.  Here is a gallery of my particular favorites… Adore……

Women. At the Table.

Apropos of my last post, lauding the merits of the Bauhaus movement, and in light of the purport of my blog (as a platform to provide a focus for women in art and culture)–I have to admit there is a niggling moment in that film.  One that represents a bit of a conundrum when considering…

Bauhaus Primer…

Isn’t it interesting how a time period–an art movement–public figure–can capture your imagination.  Can resonate with you so completely?  Who knows why?  But it just “is.” It’s taken me at least 30 years to get to the point at which I can say that this movement in art and industry is “that place” for me….