WOMEN STRONG//

FRIDA KAHLO

I was in that state just before sleep but not quite awake when my brain flashed an image. For months I’ve pondered on my desire to return to portraiture. I’d also drawn on some connections I’d developed after running a free workshop Mapping Your Artist Family Tree. I was recently obsessed with gold leaf. I wanted it in my work.

The title was clear as day to me, too: Frida Strong. Her passionate choice to embrace life, her unapologetic interest in the non-traditional and socially questionable, her commitment to her unique set of values and beliefs… well, I’m not entirely surprised Frida came first in this series.

Frida, we could all use a little more of you.

AUDIO GUIDE

Listen to Carrie as she talks about Frida and her influence on her artwork and her story of strength.

ARTWORK DETAILS

MATERIALS

Pencil, acrylic, and 23 k gold leaf on cotton stretched canvas

FRAME & DIMENSIONS
PACKAGING & SHIPPING

INVESTMENT: $1500

LIMITED EDITION SIGNED PRINT (only 50)

MATERIALS

Archival inks printed on Somerset Velvet Giclee paper.

FRAME & DIMENSIONS
PACKAGING & SHIPPING

INVESTMENT: $150

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