The Femme Abstract group exhibition features over 40 Austin based women artists. Curator Moya McIntyre virtually guided us through the exhibition, highlighting specific works, and answering questions about this impressive group show.
The Femme Abstract featured artists include:
Carol Stanley Aaron, Stella Alesi, Alejandra Almuelle, Lauren Beck, Rebecca Bennett, Darcie Book, Sarah Bork, Janet Brooks, Elizabeth Chapin, Valerie Chaussonnet, Henna Chou, Erin Cunningham, Elizabeth Decker, Andrea de Leon, Ann Flemings, Valerie Fowler, Laurie Frick, April Garcia, Stephanie Gonzalez, Hollis Hammonds + Sasha West, Jennifer Hill, Lisa Horlander, Rakhee Jain, Rachel Kalisky, Alie Jackson, Denise Elliott Jones, Marianne Levy, Sarah Luna, Court Lurie, Lauren McPhail, Vy Ngo, Polina Novozhenets, Dawn Okoro, Julie Pelaez, Shakti Sarkin, Susan Scafati, Amy Scofield, Trish Siegel, Hallie Rae Ward, NJ Weaver, Alyssa Taylor Wendt, Elizabeth Williams, Mars Woodhill
About the curator:
Moya McIntyre is an artist and curator based in Austin. She is a co-founder and co-curator of Dimension Gallery, a contemporary sculpture gallery in East Austin. Recent curatorial projects include the Dimension Sculpture Park, Art at the Station at Springdale Station, and The Femme Abstract, winner of the Critic’s Pick Best Group Show Award in 2019. She received her B.B.A in International Business and B.A. in Spanish Language from the University of Texas at Austin. She operates a local event venue and raises her four children with her husband, Colin McIntyre, local sculptor and curator.
The Femme Abstract
Open to the public every Saturday in January, 12 to 5pm
979 Springdale, Ste. 123 (next Ground Floor Theatre)
Above Image: Elizabeth Chapin, Mother, 2019, acrylic on dimensional canvas, poly fiber, chainette fringe, 60″ x 117″ x 11″. Photo courtesy of the artist and The Femme Abstract.