There are some artists who set out to be controversial, either to get a message across or to get noticed. Generally, these are works which are controversial for the time, but as time passes and culture changes, most of the scandalous artworks seem a lot less risky. Allen Jones is not one of those. Born... Continue Reading →
Mary Wollstonecraft and Maggi Hambling – What is all the commotion?
Sometimes, there are pieces of art which just miss the mark so drastically, that they are not seen in the intention the artist meant. This came to mind yesterday while I was watching the news. We know that there are many artists that are misunderstood, which I think is fine if they are creating pieces... Continue Reading →
Woman Fighting Bull – Rose Freymuth-Frazier
I saw a statement that struck me really odd the other day which was "feminism is the radical notion that women are human beings". This was said by Cheris Kramarae, and on the surface it seems a ridiculous statement, but underneath that is the world in which a lot of women find themselves in daily.... Continue Reading →
Why are there so few women in art?
I have had another article published by Parkstone International. You can read it here. Please do let me know what you thought.
This film has some seriously mixed reviews...so of course I had to check it out for myself. Especially as it has just cropped up on Netflix. Spoilers are in this article....if you plan to watch maybe wait until after you have watched it to read this. This is 4 "horror" scenarios wrapped up in to... Continue Reading →