Two women artists capture Jane and Kimberly’s attention, one radical for her times, one arguably ahead of hers, each different in style and medium but with a sameness of intent. Feeling feminine comes from an identification with the rhythms and cycles of nature. 
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Female Artists on Instagram
Kimberly discovers the power of Instagram and sets off a Double-Mirror “see yourself as an artist” discussion with Jane that puts women in the picture asking, “Who Gets to Call It Art?” Read here …

Delilah Today
A chorus of voices representing Delilah’s many perspectives surrounding her mythic romance with Samson. Listen here …

Yaounde Olu’s “Mother of Worlds”
An Afrofuturist’s look at the seeds of birthing inherent to all women. 
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The Art of Sylvia Baechli
Jane and Kimberly discover more than art on a page with the work of Swiss artist, Sylvia Baechli; they find a way to draw a path forward into the unknown.
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I am: Samson and Delilah
Jane and Kimberly, caught up in the ageless luscious beauty of Rubens’ depiction of Samson and Delilah, find new beginnings in one of the most famous love stories of all times.
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Duchamp’s Nude Descending Staircase: Painting as Dream
Jane and Kimberly approach Duchamp’s famous painting of Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 as an awakening perceptual woman and descend with the nude figure as if the painting were a dream.
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Pat Lasch’s Journey of the Heart
Jane and Kimberly reconsider the power of craft in the hands of Pat Lasch as she presents her bakery inspired sculptures as a Journey of the Heart.  They’re surprised, delighted and moved deeply by art that goes beneath the ‘icing on the cake’ of women’s lives.  Read here…

Ellen Schwabacher’s Antigone
Spotlight on Ellen Schwabacher’s painting, Antigone, in which Jane and Kimberly delight in finding an old myth informing a modern abstract expressionist painter who raised her voice in an art world dominated by men and left a body of work to show that the vision of flow in abstract expressionism is particularly well served by women artists. Read here…

Perseus and Andromeda – Beauty Becomes Me
In this conversational essay about the medieval painting, Jane and Kimberly delve into new creative territory. Approaching and interpreting the painting like a dream, they identify with its imagery and give voice to the characters for insight into their psyches and a particular cultural archetype – the female animus.  Read here…