Deborah Leavy, Women's Suffrage, 100th Anniversary, 2020, mixed media on canvas (including acrylic on cut canvas, found photos, lace, earring), 12" x 12" x 1.5", $165
Arlene Rush, Beyond The Trail of Tears, 2020, flock velvet, wood board, crystals, and digital archival collage, 12" x 12" x 1", NFS, Courtesy of the Sara M. Vance Waddell collection
Blythe King, What Goes Around Comes Around, 2017, acrylic transfer, collage, and 23K gold leafing, 24" x 20" x 1", $1,600
Carole Kunstadt, OVUM II, 2016, linen thread, fractured ostrich egg, twigs, paper: fragments from Woman of the Nineteenth Century, 1855 by Margaret Fuller, 8.5" x 10.5" x 5.75"
Merill Comeau, Lucy Stone: American Suffragist, 2019, mixed media: commercial and hand painted fabrics, paint, thread, 49" x 21" x 28", $5,000
Kenechi Unachukwu, Skin Tone, 2020, 35mm Kodak Tri-X Black and White Film, 9" x 12", $70
Maryanna Buschini, Alice Paul arrested in front of the White House, 2020, oil on board, 14" x 11" x 1", $600
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Alice Haynes Bennett, 2020, digital
Constance Old, forward from here girls #1, 2013, mixed media on clayboard, 14" x 11", NFS
Judy Gelles, Needs To Be Heard, 2020, Digital Color Photograph, NFS | Courtesy of The Estate of Judy Gelles
Rosalind Bloom, Black Suffragists, 2020, photo transfer, found images, collage, oil painted canvas collage, colored pencil, water color, cradled wood panel, 9" x 12" x 0.5", $200
Sadie E. Francis, Red Light, 2017, digital photograph, 10" x 9", $100
Mehgan Rose Abdel-Moneim, DOESN'T TURNOUT :( , 2020
Merill Comeau, Women's Work is Never Done, 2019, mixed Media: hand painted repurposed fabrics, thread, 192" x 168", NFS
Ellen Benson, Voting is for ALL Women!, 2020, handmade envelope, new postage stamps, vintage postage from my husband's childhood stamp collection, photocopies, paint, oil pastels, ink, decorative tape, miniature flag, rubber stamps, 8" x 11" , NFS
Mehgan Rose Abdel-Moneim, Recipe for Political Disenfranchisement, 2020
nette Cords, Blooming Leaf of Mexico (yellow), 2019, hand-woven wool & cotton, on archival inkjet printed background, 47" x 42", $1,600
Danielle Dimston, Untitled (skirt or pants, which will it be?), No. 1, 2020, 8.25" x 6", $800
Selene Nunez-Cruz, Portrait of AOC, 2019, mixed media acrylics, watercolor, ink, and beads on wooden panel, 9" x 9" x 1", $100
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, CT Suffrage Group, 2020, digital
Sadie E. Francis, Nasty Women, 2017, digital photograph, 8" x 10", $100
Rebecca Giles, Reading is the Way to Become Untrapped, 2020, watercolor, charcoal, pastel pencil, watercolor pencil, colored pencil, and ink on paper, 6.5" x 7.75", NFS
E Pluribus Unum Performance by Rhona Hofmeyr
Cheryl Harper, Hillary Sphinx 2, 2007, ceramics, 17" x 13" x 7", NFS
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Grace Knight Schenck, 2020, digital
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Maryanna Buschini, Zitkála-Šá, 2020, oil on board, 14" x 11", $600
Rebecca Giles, The Voice of a Woman is Revolution 2020, watercolor, ink, marker, and colored pencil on paper, 6" x 7.25", $95
Blythe King, X-ray Vision, 2017, acrylic transfer, collage, and 23K gold leafing, 20" x 16" x 1", $1,400
Carole Loeffler, herstory, 2019-2020, thrifted frames and shelves, vintage photos, fabric, variable dimensions, NFS
Carole Loeffler, herstory (detail), 2019-2020, thrifted frames and shelves, vintage photos, fabric, variable dimensions, NFS
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Hannah Raymond Ambler, 2020, digital
Deborah Leavy, Eve, 2018, mixed media (acrylic on cut canvas, found image on matboard), 12" x 12" x 1.5", $100
Merill Comeau, Red, White, and Blue, 2018, mixed media: rust dyed vintage linens, hand painted and block printed repurposed fabrics, composted toile, deconstructed clothing, hand stitching and embroidery, 92" x 106", NFS
Arlene Rush, Hope For A Better Future, 2020, surgical mask, pearls, crystals, and ink, 3.75" x 10.5", NFS Courtesy of the Sara M. Vance Waddell collection
Clare Finin, Bossy, 2020
Grant Gee Yun, In Support of Black Women, 2020, digital, NFS
Constance McBride, Who Does She Think She Is?, 2020, photo and text collage on wood panel, 8" x 8", $200
Mindy Flexer, Suffrage 2020, 2020
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Alice Merwin Eakland, 2020, digital
Kenechi Unachukwu, Stand With Black Women, 2020, digital photograph, 18" x 12", open edition, $150
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, The Wilton Women , 2020, digital
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Organizer
InLiquid Special Events
DATE
August 20, 2020
– December 1, 2020
HOURS
LOCATION
InLiquid Online
Exhibition Artsy Shop
INLIQUID MEMBERS
Annette Cords
Carole Loeffler
Cheryl B. Harper
Clare Finin
Constance McBride
Ellen Benson
Judy Gelles
Mindy Flexer
Patricia Moss‑Vreeland
Rosalind Bloom
Curatorial Statement from guest curator Patricia Moss-Vreeland
Creating this online exhibition, Remembering the Suffragists; 100 Years of Women Voting in the United States, I wanted to engage a large network of artists by making it an Open Call. I invited their participation in recognition of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and questioned what that means to us as womxn, as well as to draw a connection to current and ongoing inequalities that still must be fought. I asked artists, how does this moment in time bring meaning to you? Art’s ability to represent history and personal narrative is its own form of activism.
Read the full statement here
An excerpt from Remembering the Suffragists by Deborah Kostianovsky
Democracy gives us the right to vote and ultimately depends on the vote of the American people. It’s hard to imagine a world where voting is prohibited, based on sex or skin color or any other categorization. It’s also hard to imagine a world where women are not allowed to work, to have their own last name, or even to use a credit card without their husband’s co-signature. Though inroads have been made, the push for justice and equality is far from over. Those seemingly liberating constitutional words that ‘all men are created equal,’ despite being indisputably true, have not yet been fulfilled. This exhibit provides a unique opportunity to look at a historic moment through the thought provoking and powerfully distilling lens of art, and to initiate needed dialogue and thought. According to Robyn Muncy, a historian at the University of Maryland: “It was important to see the nineteenth amendment not as a triumphant culmination, but one landmark in a struggle for equal rights for all citizens that isn’t over yet.” Perhaps, like the suffragists one hundred years ago, our current crises including the pandemic, economic collapse, racial injustice, and justified mistrust of government could ultimately fuel real, needed change in this country. So, go see the exhibit, and participate in the ongoing conversation. And most of all, go vote! Your ancestors fought hard to allow you that right. Use it.

GALLERY IMAGES

Deborah Leavy, Women's Suffrage, 100th Anniversary, 2020, mixed media on canvas (including acrylic on cut canvas, found photos, lace, earring), 12" x 12" x 1.5", $165
Arlene Rush, Beyond The Trail of Tears, 2020, flock velvet, wood board, crystals, and digital archival collage, 12" x 12" x 1", NFS, Courtesy of the Sara M. Vance Waddell collection
Blythe King, What Goes Around Comes Around, 2017, acrylic transfer, collage, and 23K gold leafing, 24" x 20" x 1", $1,600
Carole Kunstadt, OVUM II, 2016, linen thread, fractured ostrich egg, twigs, paper: fragments from Woman of the Nineteenth Century, 1855 by Margaret Fuller, 8.5" x 10.5" x 5.75"
Merill Comeau, Lucy Stone: American Suffragist, 2019, mixed media: commercial and hand painted fabrics, paint, thread, 49" x 21" x 28", $5,000
Kenechi Unachukwu, Skin Tone, 2020, 35mm Kodak Tri-X Black and White Film, 9" x 12", $70
Maryanna Buschini, Alice Paul arrested in front of the White House, 2020, oil on board, 14" x 11" x 1", $600
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Alice Haynes Bennett, 2020, digital
Constance Old, forward from here girls #1, 2013, mixed media on clayboard, 14" x 11", NFS
Judy Gelles, Needs To Be Heard, 2020, Digital Color Photograph, NFS | Courtesy of The Estate of Judy Gelles
Rosalind Bloom, Black Suffragists, 2020, photo transfer, found images, collage, oil painted canvas collage, colored pencil, water color, cradled wood panel, 9" x 12" x 0.5", $200
Sadie E. Francis, Red Light, 2017, digital photograph, 10" x 9", $100
Mehgan Rose Abdel-Moneim, DOESN'T TURNOUT :( , 2020
Merill Comeau, Women's Work is Never Done, 2019, mixed Media: hand painted repurposed fabrics, thread, 192" x 168", NFS
Ellen Benson, Voting is for ALL Women!, 2020, handmade envelope, new postage stamps, vintage postage from my husband's childhood stamp collection, photocopies, paint, oil pastels, ink, decorative tape, miniature flag, rubber stamps, 8" x 11" , NFS
Mehgan Rose Abdel-Moneim, Recipe for Political Disenfranchisement, 2020
nette Cords, Blooming Leaf of Mexico (yellow), 2019, hand-woven wool & cotton, on archival inkjet printed background, 47" x 42", $1,600
Danielle Dimston, Untitled (skirt or pants, which will it be?), No. 1, 2020, 8.25" x 6", $800
Selene Nunez-Cruz, Portrait of AOC, 2019, mixed media acrylics, watercolor, ink, and beads on wooden panel, 9" x 9" x 1", $100
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, CT Suffrage Group, 2020, digital
Sadie E. Francis, Nasty Women, 2017, digital photograph, 8" x 10", $100
Rebecca Giles, Reading is the Way to Become Untrapped, 2020, watercolor, charcoal, pastel pencil, watercolor pencil, colored pencil, and ink on paper, 6.5" x 7.75", NFS
E Pluribus Unum Performance by Rhona Hofmeyr
Cheryl Harper, Hillary Sphinx 2, 2007, ceramics, 17" x 13" x 7", NFS
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Grace Knight Schenck, 2020, digital
No items found.

Maryanna Buschini, Zitkála-Šá, 2020, oil on board, 14" x 11", $600
Rebecca Giles, The Voice of a Woman is Revolution 2020, watercolor, ink, marker, and colored pencil on paper, 6" x 7.25", $95
Blythe King, X-ray Vision, 2017, acrylic transfer, collage, and 23K gold leafing, 20" x 16" x 1", $1,400
Carole Loeffler, herstory, 2019-2020, thrifted frames and shelves, vintage photos, fabric, variable dimensions, NFS
Carole Loeffler, herstory (detail), 2019-2020, thrifted frames and shelves, vintage photos, fabric, variable dimensions, NFS
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Hannah Raymond Ambler, 2020, digital
Deborah Leavy, Eve, 2018, mixed media (acrylic on cut canvas, found image on matboard), 12" x 12" x 1.5", $100
Merill Comeau, Red, White, and Blue, 2018, mixed media: rust dyed vintage linens, hand painted and block printed repurposed fabrics, composted toile, deconstructed clothing, hand stitching and embroidery, 92" x 106", NFS
Arlene Rush, Hope For A Better Future, 2020, surgical mask, pearls, crystals, and ink, 3.75" x 10.5", NFS Courtesy of the Sara M. Vance Waddell collection
Clare Finin, Bossy, 2020
Grant Gee Yun, In Support of Black Women, 2020, digital, NFS
Constance McBride, Who Does She Think She Is?, 2020, photo and text collage on wood panel, 8" x 8", $200
Mindy Flexer, Suffrage 2020, 2020
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, Alice Merwin Eakland, 2020, digital
Kenechi Unachukwu, Stand With Black Women, 2020, digital photograph, 18" x 12", open edition, $150
Pamela Hovland, I VOTED, The Wilton Women , 2020, digital
No items found.
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