Scarlett Baily, who talked to Central American migrants while they rested in Mexico, hopes her drawings will change Americans' "fear of migrants for a collective empathy.”
In the midst of a sexual harassment revolution, female photographers are finding ways to infuse a historically fraught (and male-dominated) tradition with empathy.
An inspirational woman needs all the space she can get!
“It is a day where death is lived with joy," says photographer Diego Huerta.
"I am providing for my family. I feel like the boss, but it is hard."
Gage's first person narrative brings a sense of immediacy to the book and promotes Natalie's point of view, as well as her
Photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek took the athletes’ portraits before and after the contest.
The picture had been embalmed undisturbed in bubble wrap for more than four decades in the back of a closet, the downside of my not having moved in 43 years. But last month, I realized that it was the 50th anniversary of the oil portrait that my father had commissioned of me in July 1966.
Leffel’s paintings have, for more than five decades, maintained a conversation with Rembrandt.
Out of many (photos), one (incredible mobile art exhibit).
Tell me about one of the paintings in your show.   The largest painting in the show is called “Triple Twinka."   Twinka Thiebaud
I've made a practice of gleaning wisdom and support from women I admire. Because my mom was not the "in your corner" type, I learned to do this at a young age. Growing up under her tutelage forced me to figure out ways to get my need for nurturing met.
I felt like I'd won the lottery when I was commissioned to paint this piece. Getting paid to do what makes your heart sing is a gift.