Art féministe - visual art and photography
Art Feministe's debut article in New Orleans magazine "Amelie G" By H.C Brown.
Art Feministe's debut article in New Orleans magazine "Amelie G" By H.C Brown.
"The Art Femme Files" are about demonstrating empowerment and humility as a woman.I love the strong provocative nature of the title and persona of Art Feministe and how easily it conjures up an opinion amongst anyone that reads it. It surprised me that many people thought that the title held negative connotations and that It should be change to something else so as not to attract stereotypical backlash. However these views are from the dark ages and so Art Feministe remains.
 : "I think the thing to recognise is that feminism relates to all men and all women, we co-exist and always interact so it is for the benefit of both sexes. Equality is important whilst recognising and appreciating our differences. Feminism was a banner created to show the need for equality and a growing concern amongst women that they were not seen or treated as equals. In a perfect world there would be no prejudice against anyone or anything so maybe we need a completely new wave that recognises that we are all connected and no one is better or worse than anyone else"
"I think the thing to recognise is that feminism relates to all men and all women, we co-exist and always interact so it is for the benefit of both sexes. Equality is important whilst recognising and appreciating our differences. Feminism was a banner created to show the need for equality and a growing concern amongst women that they were not seen or treated as equals. In a perfect world there would be no prejudice against anyone or anything so maybe we need a completely new wave that recognises that we are all connected and no one is better or worse than anyone else"
Thankyou to the team at Amelie G for their support and encouragement. In particular I would like to say a big thankyou to Holly C Brown, Elsa Brodmann, MaryNell Porter Nolan-Wheatley and also to Orlando da Silva for the introduction.
Thankyou to the team at Amelie G for their support and encouragement. In particular I would like to say a big thankyou to Holly C Brown, Elsa Brodmann, MaryNell Porter Nolan-Wheatley and also to Orlando da Silva for the introduction.
"Being creative wakes me up and strips back my layers allowing me to connect to something that isn't supressed by external influences. I want to capture and create things with substance that can resonate with people and also to express something real with the work that I do"
Comments on Art Feministe
Comments on Art Feministe
09/01/2013

Diandre said on Jan 9, 2013 10 AM
I love your photography x So strong and beautiful x

Jen said on Dec 12, 2012 11.01 PM
I really admire your photography! Great videos on youtube too :-)

Sylvie said on Nov 22, 2012 9.43 PM
Fantastic Pics!

Belinda said on Oct 12, 2011 8.31 PM
Creative Women Unite :-)

Amie said on Dec 5, 2010 8:47 PM
Amazing amazing stuff from a lovely woman :) can't wait to see what santa brings ahaaa xx

K O. Golding said on Oct 20, 2010 8:37 PM
Featured your collab with Daisy Chain on my blog: http://upintheear.wordpress.com/2010/10/19/style-on-blast-daisy-chain/ Peace and Love K O

Louise said on Oct 17, 2010 11:27 AM
Exquisite, earthy and unique. Keep it coming. You have a really unusual style and quality to your photographs.

Pete (revolvingspires) said on Sep 28, 2010 11:50 PM
These works reveal the hidden depth of the visual mind field to anybody who has never questioned or thought to 're-look' and ask, 'is it really like that out there?' These images are not only thought provoking, but there is something consistently captivating about the tones the photographer has used to render these seemingly lost moments in time. That said, there is nothing lost about these moments when the subjects have been immortalized with such grace like statues still virgin to direct experience from the realm of the naked eye. Expertly done!!

Maddie said on Sep 25, 2010 8:47 PM
your work is so different absolutly gorgeous :)

Elly Glanville said on Sep 24, 2010 9:24 PM
love the ethos - really enjoyable range of images, from ethereal to stark - just like us :) xx

Faye said on Sep 23, 2010 1:37 PM
Spotted the postcard "What's your reality?" and loved it so thought id check out your site. Can't wait to see more from you. Love what you're doing :-)

Alex said on Sep 22, 2010 11:19 AM
Really impressive, on first impression the last shot from'Total Immersion Technique' is my instant favourite. Wicked colours! (cool title too-good name for a song....)x

Julia said on Sep 17, 2010 4:11 PM
Amazing, beautiful and edgy. I really like Retrospective and The Magdalene Complex x





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