A publication about the women who
do amazing things – right in our own backyards.

Got a Girl Crush On: Marisa Redondo’s beautiful nature-inspired watercolors

Realllllly digging the color palate and intricate linework in these serene little nature portraits. Check out Marisa’s shop here!

Got A Girl Crush On: Gordon Park’s photos of Helen Frankenthaler in her New York Studio

More like Helen Babenthaler How did I manage to receive an Art History degree without realizing how adorable this woman was?

Got a Girl Crush On: The hyper-real and salacious oil paintings by Mary Ellen Johnson
(above: PB&J 1/2 (2012), oil on panel, 27.5 x 38 in.)

Sticky Bun (2011), oil on panel, 38 x 48 in.
(via pizzzatime)

Got a Girl Crush On: The hyper-real and salacious oil paintings by Mary Ellen Johnson

(above: PB&J 1/2 (2012), oil on panel, 27.5 x 38 in.)

Sticky Bun (2011), oil on panel, 38 x 48 in.

(via pizzzatime)

“More Of Less The Rest Of Our Lives” by Pakayla Biehn
Got a girl crush on: Pakayla Biehn
Contrary to what your eye is telling you, this double exposure image is a painting and not a photograph. Upon seeing her paintings, you can’t help but be moved by the scenes she depicts and the skillful execution. Pakayla’s show Every Single Where opens this Friday at Gallery 6 in SF:
Gallery Six is pleased to present “Every Single Where” a collection of new works by San Francisco based artist Pakayla Biehn. Miss Biehn is a California native who now calls San Francisco home. Decidedly resourceful, she creates environments of curiosity and intimacy that resonate within painting, installation, drawing and mixed media. “Every Single Where” marks her first solo show. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, December 18, 2009 from 7 to 11pm.
(via my love for you is a stampede of horses.)

More Of Less The Rest Of Our Lives” by Pakayla Biehn

Got a girl crush on: Pakayla Biehn

Contrary to what your eye is telling you, this double exposure image is a painting and not a photograph. Upon seeing her paintings, you can’t help but be moved by the scenes she depicts and the skillful execution. Pakayla’s show Every Single Where opens this Friday at Gallery 6 in SF:

Gallery Six is pleased to present “Every Single Where” a collection of new works by San Francisco based artist Pakayla Biehn. Miss Biehn is a California native who now calls San Francisco home. Decidedly resourceful, she creates environments of curiosity and intimacy that resonate within painting, installation, drawing and mixed media. “Every Single Where” marks her first solo show. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, December 18, 2009 from 7 to 11pm.

(via my love for you is a stampede of horses.)