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jd Forte’s ‘The Up and Comers’ & A September 11 Women’s Rights Reflection

Anne Rethinks ‘Flawless’, Third-Tier Male Photographers & Values That Matter

Eden Foods Files Suit Against Contraception Mandate, Citing Birth Control As Immoral. PLEASE!!! Anne Says: Don’t Support Eden Foods With Your Wallet!

Scandinavian Women Lead the World in Equality & Governing | Anne Sends Big Hugs to Helsinki, Finland

French Roast News

Why Philadelphia Women Need the Earned Sick Days Bill

Izabel Goulart in Sign from Lilith That Anne Has Religious Morals After All

Gang of 10 Republican NM Women Want to Jail Rape Victims for 3 Years If They Abort

First Lady Michelle Obama in Jason Wu | The Feminine Feminist

Cameron Russell Says Privilege & Insecurity Make Modeling A Bad Career Choice

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Alfred Hitchcock’s Obsession: Sienna Miller As Tippi Hedren in ‘The Girl’

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Cosa Bella’s ‘La Dolce Vita’ | Women of Harlot Babylon

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For Sister Margaret Farley Responsible Pleasure Is Not a Sin

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Bye Bye to UniteWomen.org, Karen Teegarden & Anita Doll Fiouris

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Believing in Birth Control Doesn’t Make Me Un-American | 2 Ps in a Pod by Anne

Franca Sozzani: Living Simply and Thinking Big | We Call It Cultural Creative Wisdom

Marloes Horst | Will Davidson | Harper’s Bazaar Australia March 2012 | ‘Wanderlust’

Research Review: Are Kids of Gay Parents Better Off With Mom & Imprisoned Dad?

Bro. Dennis on Ultra-Orthodox, Fundamentalist, Extreme Moralists as ‘Evil Incarnate’| 2Ps in a Pod

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Saturday
Dec202014

Robin Wright Sculptural Fairies Take Feminine Flight, Seducing Our Imaginations With Wire Heartstrings

As common as fairies may seem to us, their actual pedigree is not completely understood. Angels began in the Old Testament as anonymous messengers of God before evolving into immortal residents of the heavenly realm.

By contrast, fairies are often associated with pagan myths or religions and exist as anthropomorphic creatures in the world of humans, although most probably living in a somewhat different dimension.

Historically, fairies were considered to be suspicious creatures, mischievous and sometimes evil. It’s easy to see fairies as manevolent and part of culture’s larger historical plan to eliminate the positive influence of nature’s original goddesses.

Today’s fairies enchant us — especially when they are the work of UK sculptor Robin Wright, who creates magnificent stainless steel wire-winged fairies with a penchant for dancing in the wind.

Fairies can be tall, elegant and more beautiful than a ballet dancer in flight. They are typically dazzling — and yes feminine — winged and often waving a magic wand.

Wright’s creatures delight in their human-like forms complete with muscles, limbs, and skin. Inside each fairy lies a heart of stone, sometimes personalized with a message. Dandelion flowers dead and ready to spin their spores into the wind make high-drama divas of his artistry.

The Staffordshire resident found himself inspired by a photo he took in the woods one day, an image that captured a small, mysterious, enigmatic, fairy-like shape. Clearly, his muse took flight in the artist’s imagination, leaping in multiple forms of stainless steel magnificence from his mind and body.

You can see many of Wright’s pieces on display at The Trentham Estate Gardens in England. (Fairies). in almost limitless variations.

 

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Saturday
Dec202014

Rene Detrixhe's 'Heirloom' Tablecloth Honors Nature's Delicate Bounty

Artist and artisan Rena Detrixhe has collected thousands of seeds in Lawrence, Kansas, stitching them into delicate, sophisticated gossamer-like tablecloths. In her project titled ‘Heimloom’ the seeds form gentle star, flower and pinwheel patterns so delicate that the seeds appear airborn.

Describing herself as a ‘hunter and gatherer of materials’, Rene views nature as the finest of artistic creators, showcasing a bounty for the artist’s personal creativity and exploration of humans’ relationship with her. A quote from Lucy Lippard describes this synergy of reverence and respect.

Art must have begun as nature — not as imitation of nature, nor as formalized representation of it, but simply as the perception of relationships between humans and the natural world.

Detrixhe’s motivation behind this particular project stems from a desire to dialogue about the intersection of art and the environment. “The table and cloth were created to exist as a stage or platform,” the artist says on her website. “As part of its exhibition, individuals were invited to participate in a round-table discussion including environmentalists, ecologists, biologists, artists, and other researchers.”

 

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Saturday
Dec202014

Moshe Safdie's Singapore 'Jewel Changi Airport' Redefines Airport Architecture

Moshe Safdie’s (see website) lush, sensory, expansive imaginative greenhouse space is not a proposal. Construction has begun on the nature preserve, known as ‘Jewel Changi Airport’, measuring over 1.4 million square feet. The centerpiece of the design is a spout pouring forth a 131-foot-tall waterfall called the ‘Rain Vortex’. The water is recycled for use throughout the building and is a lit cascade at night.

With this design, Israeli-born Moshe Safdie seeks to reinvent the modern airport as having a relationship with nature and not representing a symbol of modernity that is alien to a natural environment.

 

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Saturday
Dec202014

Naturalist Jess Gold, Lensed By Baldovino Barani For Madame Germany January 2014 

Model Jess Gold is a nature-loving water baby, styled by Natalie Manchot in resort looks as ‘Lass Sonn Rein!’ Baldovino Barani captures the fashion serenity and simple romantic looks for Madame Germany January 2015.

 

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Saturday
Dec202014

Issa Lish In 'That 70's Show By David Roemer For Vogue Mexico December 2014

Photographer David Roemer snaps ‘That 70’s Show, starring model Issa Lish. Sarah Gore Reeves styles Issa and friend in period vintage looks for Vogue Mexico December 2014. / Hair by Keith Carpenter; makeup by Kristin Gallegos

 

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Thursday
Dec182014

Anna Ewers Wears Parisian Artistry, Lensed By Craig McDean For W Magazine December 2014

Model Anna Ewers has a Parisian art attack, styled in an eclectic mix of color, prints and feminine layers by Edward Enninful. Craig McDean is behind the lens for W Magazine’s December issue. / Hair by Eugene Souleiman; makeup by Stéphane Marais.

 

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Saturday
Dec062014

Edouard Martinet's Virtuoso Steampunk Insect Sculptures Soar With Creative Perfection

French artist, sculptor Edouard Martinet creates utterly-magnificent, steampunk insect creatures, making him the art world’s virtuoso insectophile, says his London gallery Sladmore Contemporary.

Martinet scours flea markets and auto parts sales in serch of old used parts that he rebirths into luxury-level creatures, fueled by his limitless creative imagination, fantastic wit and painstaking pursuit of perfectionism. Martinet searches for parts that fit together perfectly or near-perfectly, allowing him to use screws and a minimum — or preferably no solder.

In November 2013, The Financial Times How To Spend It Magazine featured Martinet’s creatures at prices in the £9,500-£15,000 range. How totally fabulous!!! J’Adore. ~ Anne

 

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