The women in these two cards are from very different eras. I love that the hair styles are similar. I'm using cardboard cut from cereal and cracker boxes. I'm so fond of the color and texture of that.
Here I used two pieces of paper that were right at hand on my table. The black paper and the woman were perfect together. I added random text to make a sort of poem. The woman is so happy doing her job, whatever that is. Well, maybe not "happy" but wait, she's a model. Of course, she's happy. She's pretending. I love old advertisements.
This photo was taken at the top of The New Museum located on Bowery St. in lower Manhattan.
Shop Mom & Pop. There were all sorts of handmade items, mainly made by people in New York, or in the U.s. Everything from Soaps to Childrens' toys. Very cool little place. If you're in the West Village, stop by and say "Hi."
Yayoi Kusama, and also, the windows of the Louis Vuitton shop in Chicago (remember that post?)
These sculptures were in the park along the Hudson River. There was a sign saying NOT to sit or lay on them. ha ha ha ha, who reads signs?! People were really enjoying these. Click HERE for a link to see more of the park and a building on 14th St. wrapped in her work.