I'm moving back and forth, telling myself to STOP. Sometimes I don't listen, and then I have to start all over again. I certainly am not making a painting a day. I am lucky to finish one in a week.
The one on the floor has had many changes and hopefully it will be finished in another day.
Why am I painting women painters? Primarily, I am a woman painter and have been working at my art for 60 years. I have seen the prejudice from museums and galleries against women. I was told 30 years ago, in Scottsdale AZ, by a gallery assistant, that it would be very difficult to get my work into a gallery. My name Ezshwan is a good tool. People do not know if I am a woman or a man. 3 galleries in Arizona carried my work when I lived there.
Years ago a painting was juried into a museum show. When I walked into the space, I was greeted with, "You're not a man! We thought you were a man; you are a small woman"
In art school, I was told that I painted like a man. That was supposed to be a compliment....
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