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Artist Rachel Phillips will share recent work from her series, Growing Pains, which was made as part of A Yellow Rose Project—a democratized collection of female identifying artists invited to make work commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote on August 18th, 1920.
Rachel will share some of what she has learned about trailblazing photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston, her longtime process of working with archival and found photographs (including Benjamin Johnston’s for this project), the connections between this work and previous series, and the particular challenges and opportunities for continuing creative work during the pandemic.
Rachel lives in Pacifica, California and her work is represented by Catherine Couturier Gallery in Houston, Texas.
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