I’ve made this series within a series, I suppose within TWO series. Isn’t everything connected anyway? After the devastating slap of the election, the Women’s March was a tonic. With so many people who came from all over—and the sister marches around the world—it is clear that progressive action is becoming more potent than ever. And it is fired by female power. Like I’ve been saying. There are many more protest graphics free for download at WokeGraphics.com. These Female Power Project Positive Protest Principles Posters are available at Black Lab Art Studio in 16 x 20 inch ($45) and 11 x 14 inch ($30) sizes. You can also order these printed on canvas and stretched on a frame AND SHIPPED TO YOU for $70 (11×16) or $100 (16×20). These stretched canvas versions are ready to hang on your wall, no framing necessary. Contact me if you would like me to ship and I’ll send you an invoice. Wouldn’t one of these make a great gift for a “Nasty Woman” in your life?
Please see this page to find out how to order Female Power Project scarves, shawls, and pins. See this page to find out about Female Power Project perSISTERS posters, cards, and stickers. Visit my expanding Etsy Shop to order Celestial Bodies prints and my Blurb Shop to order photo books. My Etsy scarf shop is in its infancy.
Or visit my studio in DC, Black Lab, at 716 Monroe St. NE, Studio 16. (Scroll down for more info about Black Lab.)
About the Artist
Leda Black lives in the Washington, DC area. Her primary medium is digital imagery printed by high resolution archival inkjet. Previously she concentrated on book arts (see Texts link in menu)—writing, printing, and binding limited edition artists books under the imprint Palabra Press. She also for many years produced an art by mail subscription called Physical Language Laboratory. Current Artist Biography & Statement (pdf 79kb) Current CV (pdf 248kb)
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About Black Lab
Much of the art work on this website can be seen at Black Lab, Studio #16 on the Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market, 716 Monroe St. NE, Washington, DC, steps from the Brookland/CUA Metro stop (Red Line). Black Lab is on Facebook.
I create and show my work in this space. Check back soon for my 2018 hours.