Last month, I wrote about six of the world’s greatest female painters. This month I’m going to tell you about the other six fabulous women from The Culture Trip’s list of today’s most important artists. Vija Celmins The Latvian artist, Vija Celmins, moved to the United States, Indiana specifically, when she was just ten years […]
Author: Carin Maxey (Page 2 of 2)
Who run the world? Girls. Especially female artists. I love decorating my home with art knowing I’m supporting another woman in her endeavour to take on the world. I came across a great article that showcases 12 of the most important painters working today, all who happen to be women. Here are 6 of these […]
“A Mother’s true love for her children knows no boundaries.” This cartoon was on our fridge growing up for as long as I can remember. My parents tried for years and didn’t think they could have children together, so they adopted my big sister in 1968 and then my big brother shortly after in 1969. […]
Playing the piano is one of the greatest joys of my life. Many Sundays out of the year, I play for different churches in the area when their regular pianist is away. It’s one of my favorite hobbies, and there are so many reasons why. Here are just a few if you’re looking for that […]
When I was just a teenager, my mother and I were at a garage sale and found the most fantastic piece of art I have ever seen. We bought it for the typical garage sale price – cheap – and later found it had extraordinary value. This work of art is one of the original, […]
As many of my friends and family know, I love to play the piano. On Sunday’s, I’m often called in to local churches to play for their worship team if their regular pianist is unavailable. I don’t do this for money, I do it for the joy of giving back to my community. There are […]
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