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Joanna Albright Art  Artist & designer • NYC and Miami • Jalbriart@gmail.com //AlbrightArtStudio.etsy.com

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Day two. A little crowded... but the characters came out better. #sketch #practicepracticepractice #moleskine

A quick exercise to loosen up. Drop a blob of paint, and then use the shape to create a character. No planning or overthinking. The orange blob just happened to remind me of a certain someone 🤔... #cheeto #sketch #moleskine

Lydia Maria Child (2/11/1802 - 10/20/1880) was an American abolitionist, women’s rights activist, Native American rights activist, novelist, and journalist. She was one of the most influential nineteenth century female authors, and was one of the first American women to earn a living from her writing.

#americanwomenproject #womenofhistory #feministart #resist

Sojourner Truth (1797 – 11/26/1883) was an abolitionist and women’s rights activist. She was a former slave from Dutch speaking Ulster County, New York. Sojourner was born Isabella Baumfree, but in 1843, she declared that the spirit called her to preach the truth, and renamed herself Sojourner Truth. She toured the country preaching, demanding equal human rights for all men and women. Thanks to her work recruiting black troops for the Union Army, she was invited by the White House to meet President Abraham Lincoln. After the war she worked with the Freedmen’s Bureau, helping freed slaves build new lives.
#americanwomenproject #womenofhistory #inktober2017 #feministart #inktober

Lucretia Mott (1/3/1793 - 11/11/1880) was a Quaker minister, abolitionist, women’s rights activist, and social reformer who dedicated her life to human equality. Mott helped write the Declaration of Sentiments during the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention. She remained a central figure in the abolition and suffrage movement until her death in 1880.
Two excerpts from the opening paragraph of the Declaration of Sentiments: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal…” “The history of mankind is a history of repeated injuries and usurpation on the part of man toward woman, having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over her.” #americanwomenproject #womenofhistory #inktober2017 #feministart #inktober

Sarah Moore Grimké (12/26/1792 - 12/23/1873) was a writer, abolitionist, and women’s rights pioneer. Her writings helped inspire the women’s suffrage movement. She and her sister Angelina toured sixty-seven cities in support of the abolitionist movement, breaking new ground for women as public speakers. “All I ask of our brethren is that they will take their feet from off our necks and permit us to stand upright on the ground which God intended us to occupy.”
-Sarah Grimké

#americanwomenproject #womenofhistory #inktober2017 #feministart #inktober

Abigail Smith Adams (11/22/1744 - 10/28/1818) was the wife and advisor of President John Adams, and the mother of President John Quincy Adams. Abigail was an early advocate for women’s rights, particularly women’s education and opposed slavery. She believed that slavery was evil and a threat to the American democratic experiment. #americanwomenproject #womenofhistory #inktober2017 #feministart #inktober
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My theme for #inktober is American women of history. I came up with this project around two years ago, after watching the Republican candidates, struggle to think of American women who could be featured on the $20 bill. Women are too often excluded from our history books. Not because they weren’t a part of significant historical moments and movements, but simply because of their sex. I had a great time and learned so much, while doing research for this project. I narrowed my search to 30 women, obviously this is just the tip of the iceberg… Each drawing will feature a woman who made a contribution to American history and will be ordered chronologically by date of birth.

Mercy Otis Warren (9/14/1728 - 10/19/1814) was a published poet, political playwright and satirist during the age of the American Revolution. Warren maintained social and political correspondences with the leading figures of the day, including John and Abigail Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington. She became an outspoken commentator and historian, as well as the leading female intellectual of the Revolution and early republic. #americanwomenproject #womenofhistory #inktober2017 #20dollarbill #feministart

The eclipse from #NYC. The clouds helped filter some of the solar glare. And seeing everyone stop their work and watch together, was pretty great. 🌕🌙🌞🌚#eclipse #solareclipse #eclipse2017

My first attempt at customizing shoes. Featuring @sprayground bag designs. Painted using @angelusdirect paints. So much fun painting these... #handpainted #kicks

Still adding some finishing touches. #handpainted #customkicks #wip

Trying out a new medium at work, for the next two weeks. #handpainted 👩🏻‍🎨👟🎨#paintallday #paintallnight

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