Women’s Equality Day was designated to commemorate the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920, which gave women the right to vote. But we are still far from achieving full equality in America and around the world. Make sure to use your vote. Register at the Museum on 9/25 when we hold a non-partisan voter registration event in both the East and West lobbies from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Untitled (We will no longer be seen and not heard),” 1985, Barbara Kruger © Barbara Kruger Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery

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Roses painted with the following -

- Fabriano hot press watercolour paper

- Dr Ph Martin’s Bombay India inks

- Princeton, Escoda perla and Da Vinci brushes

Special thanks to Outertone Records for letting me use the track “A Dream” by Just Chillax in this video - Check out more of Outertone’s music on Soundcloud!  - https://soundcloud.com/outertone

Alas! “Purpose” is finished! This painting has a lot of meaning to me and the title pretty much explains it all. You may be blind to your purpose but your heart will do it’s best to guide you in the right direction. Do what makes your soul happy! 

Well there’s your daily dose of cheesiness.

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