What an engaging essay. I was riveted, enlightened, entertained. Can't wait to read more delicious revelations in "Broad Strokes."
I agree with the above comment. I want to read the whole book.
I also want to read the whole book, and all Bridget Quinn's writings. I applaud her impressive dedication to the narratives of these 15 women artists. She is shaping their lives with the glory they deserve.
Well described in rationale and unique snapshot of non representative -and regional thought.
A lovely essay. Well written, intelligent, interesting, and by a woman about a woman. Isn't it wonderful that Anonymous is not a woman anymore? Thank you, Bridget.