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Face of Feminism I is an amalgamation of over 300 women and pays homage to all women in society who fight for equality. It acknowledges first wave pioneers such as Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) author of '1792, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman', Elizabeth Oakes Smith (1896-1893) who was nominated to serve as president for the National Woman’s Rights Convention only to be overturned by a then unknown Quaker women, Susan Brown Anthony on the account of her dress, Susan Brown Anthony (1820-1906) became the leader of Women’s Temperance Movement, National Women’s Suffrage Association, American Equal Rights Association 1886 and Revolution Magazine 1868 where she promoted a plain austere black attire and Emmeline Pankhurst (1858-1928) who was a British political activist, leader of the British suffragette movement which helped women win the right to vote and Virginia Wolf (1882-1941) author of '1929, A Room of One's Own'.

Face of Feminism 2 reveres feminists such as Mary Richardson (1889-1961) - a militant Suffragette who is most famous for vandalising Velasquez masterpiece 'Rokeby Venus' at the National Gallery, Betty Freidan (1921-2006) author of 'The Feminine Mystique' and artist Judy Chicago (1939-).

Face of Feminism 3 recognises feminists such as Linda Scott (1952-) author of 'Fresh Lipstick, artist Sarah Lucas (1962-), Naomi Wolf (1962-) author of 'The Beauty Myth: How Images of Beauty Are Used Against Women' and Kat Banyard (1982-) author of the 'Equality Illusion and leader of UK Feminista.

Genes Reunited is a celebration of 21 women and girls on my mothers side who share my great, great, great grandmother.


Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II  is a portrait which celebrates her life thus far. I have used in excess of 50 photographs of her ranging from a toddler of 3 years old to 88 years young. Using digital painting, and augmentation & aggregated techniques my intention was to produce a timeless, beautiful portrait of her that reflected her very essence rather than a static representation of her in all of her finery.

 Gallery 6 - The Face of Feminism Series  CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENTER THE GALLERY 

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