There are soooo many outstanding women artists who might contribute to Lavender Poems, the home of lesbian love poetry. If you are perchance one of them, please do find out more here. I look forward to hearing from you!
Here are our current artists:
- (Note: To see the works by each artist on this website, look in the right hand column for the Search Box and type in her name. A list of pages will appear showing thumbnails of her pieces. Click on the page name to see a larger version.)
PATTY DUGGAN (seen here with her buddy Butch) decorates Ashland, Oregon, with her glorious soft sculpture. I am proud to say that I have a Patty Duggan original hanging in my living room, and I am so pleased to bring her art to you here.
Patty believes the medium of fabric lends softness, texture and dimension to a depiction of the human body. She uses the technique of negative applique so that seams don’t show. You will see all types of fabric from silks to upholstery materials in her pieces, each contributing to the effects she desires.
Contact Patty at “pattyduggan47 **at**gmail**dot**com”.
JUDITH SHAW captures the feminine mystique from universal mythology and from contemporary influences, like Jackson Pollack and Van Gogh. The mysteries of New Orleans, Mexico, San Francisco and Lesbos radiate throughout her work, with light born Goddesses reaching out from her canvas.
Set your soul free to follow the lines and colors in Judith’s works — you will come away inspired and refreshed.
Judith presently works in New Mexico, but her astonishingly beautiful works are available at Judith Shaw Art.
LO SMUCKER is an eclectic, fun and funny artist in Ashland, Oregon. Her studio overflows with myriad objects, from acrylics/oils to drawers full of yards and yards of fabric, to wood to paper to found materials of all kinds. She is one of the few artists you may find walking along a deserted street, looking for rusted metal, one of her favorite objects d’art.
Lo turns all of these treasures into art forms that we all can relish. Her collages might incorporate dried plants on top of oil paintings, buttons and inks, and oh so many other combinations.
She even captures mystical moments in her oriental brush paintings.
I was so impressed too with the unique framing and backgrounds that Lo incorporates into each piece. Her pieces are truly one of a kind!
You can reach Lo at “lo**at**q**dot**com”.