On April 19th, I was honored to have my work included at The National Museum of Women In The Arts 30th Anniversary Gala and auction !
Since the blockbuster ‘SUPERFIERCE‘ event at this past October, the museum received more submissions from the time they opened in 1987 !
I think it’s fair to say our event and message made quite an impact !
In February I got a very exciting email asking if I, as well as the other Superfierce artists would like to participate in the auction.
Of course my response was a resounding yes! It’s an incredible honor to have my work at the only museum in the country dedicated solely to women artists. And to be here twice in a six month period, I was over the moon!
The night went very well and I had the great honor to meet NMWA founder Ms. Wilhelmina Cole Holladay.
A photographer from The Washington Post happened to capture her and I in front of my works, as well as her looking, pointing and smiling at one in particular which really made my night 🙂
I had no idea it would end up in the Style section of the Post and days later there it was!
Talk a magical moment in time captured on film !
I am excited to share that SUPERFIERCE will continue with new artists, events and a month long exhibition coming this Fall at Blind Whino.
I’m humbled and excited to be on this journey! The message and mission of Superfierce is to create a support system for female artists to grow as both creators and business owners, and to give back to other women in their professional communities.
I am positive that we are continuing Ms. Holladay’s vision.