Throw back Thursday

This set of photos covers just about every one in Lake Worth.  Brings back good memories I was searching for a photo of Karin of South Shores.   We did so much there our outdoor life  played out there with our thanksgiving dinners, with our Derby Day Party. Now she will be leaving us within just a few shifts that she has left at CJ’s island grill.  We will all miss her 25 photos of our quirky little seaside town residence. On the 25th day of January 2017

the only photo I located of Karin

happened on them on our beach, washed ashore

Kenia, dedication of her home in Royal Poinciana  our President this past year thank You.

Derby Day at South Shores

diner en blanc, 1st one . spoil alert, scheduled for next week

Mary and her Hero

can you spot your friends South Shores

Ken and Barbie NOT but they’e been together just as long. Judy and Mark

NAPC thanksgiving dinner at South Shores

neighbors and guests at South Shores

OMG look who we caroled , did not know who they were then.

Growing up Lake Worth

almost that time again. at our 33460

artist applying for street painting.

Sold

the usual suspects at Thanks Giving South Shores

Mail-Art arrived at City Hall for LW centennial w Sylvina

Thursday Night Peddlers still going strong

induction at LW Women’s Club of Mrs. Green

memory for me. Artists showcased my gallery ck them out

Derby Day, South Shores who had the wildest shirt.

August 2013

Art Stroll made our own banners from tossed beach umbrellas

Urban Loft dedication

things change, SOLD in Mango Grove Neighborhood.

 

Karin shied away from the camera but what you might now know she is an accomplished artist and she did a not for profit in N.Y.City thus understood what artists need, she allowed us to exhibit at South Shores.  We thank you for the opportunity wish I had photos of you but I have photos of what you did for us all in your special way. .

protest art around the USA


One of the most impressive displays at the New York Women’s March was by We Make America. I asked Deborah Stein about how it all came together: “The signs were made by us … Julie Peppito was a driving force as was Joyce Kozloff, Rachel Selekman, Nancy Chunn, John Schettino, and I and about 30 other people collaborated and came up with these ideas. We had so many working ideas we just decided to do them all and stage them together: Pussy Gate, big cats, the Big Blue Waves as a call for people to vote in the midterms, women surfers and the bald eagles and naming victims of police brutality — as well as all the progressive women candidates we knew of to write on the signs. We basically just decided to have the waves storm the pussy gate!” (photo by Deborah Stein)

Creativity was on full display, and we gathered some of the best we found from our friends, colleagues, and readers from around the world. Feel free to post your own sign in the comments.

The future definitely looks female.

One of the most impressive artist-led displays at the Women’s March in New York was We Make America’s “Pussy Gate/Time’s Up!” display along with the “blue waves.” (photo by Deborah Stein)
A view from behind at the We Make America display (photo courtesy Ayn S Choi)
From the march in Denver (photo courtesy Anna L Kaye)
From the march in Denver (photo courtesy Anna L Kaye)
A sculpture at the San Francisco Women’s March (photo courtesy Elaine B. Arnoux)
From the march in Denver (photo courtesy Anna L Kaye)
From the New York march (photo courtesy Susan Sechler Luss)
From New York (photo by Young Sun Han)
From New York (photo by Young Sun Han)
From the New York march (photo courtesy Karen Holt)
From New York (photo by Young Sun Han)
From the Houston March (photo by Brittany Carney/Tiny Mum Photography and used with permission)
From the Houston March (photo by Brittany Carney/Tiny Mum Photography and used with permission)
From the Houston March (photo by Brittany Carney/Tiny Mum Photography and used with permission)
From the Houston March (photo by Brittany Carney/Tiny Mum Photography and used with permission)
From New York (photo by Young Sun Han)
Signs at the Park City, UT, protest during the Sundance film festival (photo courtesy An Mina Xiao)
A protester at the Park City Women’s March during the Sundance film festival (photo courtesy An Mina Xiao)
From New York (photo by Young Sun Han)
From New York (photo by Young Sun Han)
A shrine on wheels with photographs of heroines, inspirational sayings, fruit, herbs, plants, and other things, which was at the LA Women’s March. (photo by Lyra Kilston)
From New York (photo courtesy Emily Roz)
Signs in Santa Fe, January 21, 2018 (photoby Corinne Kratz, courtesy Cory Kratz)
Trump-related sign at the Chicago march (photo by Claire Voon/Hyperallergic)
Mike Pence-related sign at the Chicago march (photo by Claire Voon/Hyperallergic)
Jenny Roesel with her sign at the Cincinnati march (photo courtesy Bob Schwarz)
In New York (photo courtesy Dennis Kardon)
From the Atlanta Rally (photo courtesy Michelle Zupan)
Protest signs by M. Louise Stanley in Oakland, CA (photo courtesy M. Louise Stanley)
From New York (photo courtesy Dennis Kardon)
From the New York protest (photo courtesy Kat Chamberlin)
Then closer to home we have been aware. of the changing tide  since 2014then from Palm Beach