I am tremendously honored to have participated in a collaborative art installation titled Women's Work. As someone who is decidedly not political it made sense for me to stitch the "?"
Hosted by The Bureau Of Historical Investigation
Curated by Sara Holodnick
"Featuring embroidered pieces by womxn* artists, celebrating the historical significance of changing roles & role models as the first woman representing a major political party competes for our country's highest office."
"A Woman's Place Is In The White House"
"240 Years? Bitch, Please"
"Votes For Women"
"Deeds Not Words"
Artists who participated include:
A - Carrie Cooper
Woman’s - Lisa Colleen Elliott
Place - Marissa McGrath
Is - Ann Darlin
In - Megan Carroll
White House - Emily Holodnick
? - Karen Hanrahan
Bitch, please - Christina Miglino
“Votes for Women” sash - Shandra Shankle, Valerie Rodriguez, Erika Rodriguez
“Deeds Not Words” dress - Sara Holodnick
Photography = a never ending opportunity to capture visual celebrations.