Georgia O’Keeffe – Magnifying and showing the beauty in small, natural details.
Louise Bourgeois – (sculptures obscene) Unconscious, sexual desire, and the body; psychological trauma.
Yayoi Kusama -Infinity, endlessness, and the cosmic realms.
Lee Krasner – Abstract expressionism; collages disliked rigid, liked expressing herself.
Eve Hesse – Minimalism, sculpture/forms as latex, fiberglass, and plastics.
Helen Frankenthaler – (abstract expressionism) “My pictures are full of climates, abstract climates,They’re not nature per se, but a feeling.”— she is willing to risk everything on inspiration. Fluid shapes, abstract masses, and lyrical gestures.
Joan Mitchell – (abstract expressionism) The economic handling of line conveys the contours and architecture of a body in space and its actual or potential motion. Emotional feeling is transformed into vivid substances, atmospheric space, and light; these elements pass between states of presence and absence, surge and recede, intensify and subside in weather-like rhythms.
Sarah Sze – (sculptures look like tiny cities) Familiar items in unfamiliar places. Intricate and sometimes very large structures are made from simple, everyday materials like wire, string, Q-tips, clay, congealed paint, fragmented photographs, video screens—fantastical constellations that appear to grow and change as you look at them, and suggest the ceaseless flow of information in the digital age.
The talented team:
Creative Director: K8 McKay @kateroxmckay
Photographer: Greg Gainor @ggainorphoto
Model: Keilahri @keilahri
Makeup Artist: Kendra Powell @makeupbykendra
Hair: Julia Savitskaya @annysty
Creative Retouching: Giedrius Jankauskas