Vy Ngo is an artist whose biggest inspirations are the things that tend to frighten us the most, things she confronts head-on every day.
Recently, local artist Zuzu completed a 30 x 10 foot mural at The W Hotel’s Wet Deck. She is always looking for the next big wall she can “get down on.”
As we come out of one of the most difficult years of our lives, I look at the women around me in constant awe. Our bodies have carried us through giving birth, keeping our businesses open, grief and loss, mental health challenges and more.
Painter Catie Lewis finds blissful inspiration from her home in the Philippines, embracing her culture and giving space to all young women of color.
Monica Ceniceros has created a space for artists to creatively express themselves in every way. …
With compassion and fearlessnes, installation artist Beili Liu highlights the power of woman’s work and the red threads that connect us all.
Abstract-expressionist painter Jodie King finds herself in the healing power of art and through her work helps other women find their voices.
When years as a travel nurse began to take their toll, Sarah Boisvert immersed herself in art as a form of healing and self-discovery.
Inspired by the moon and her love of the theatrical, Florist Leanna Rinaldi conveys a warm, desert-inspired aesthetic in her unique floral designs.
On Jan. 11, Amy Simmons of Amy’s Ice Creams and Andra Liemandt of The Kindness Campaign discussed their collaboration: the KIND Mural.