This lesson covers female artists including Judy Chicago, Hilma af Klint, Georgia O’Keeffe, Frida Kahlo, Remedios Varo, Agnes Martin, Louise Bourgeois, and Yayoi Kusama.
For ease of adapting the materials, editable files are provided. Under additional files, you can download the presentation in PowerPoint and the reading list and sketchbook assignment in Word.
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This Art Appreciation OER was adapted from existing resources by Marie Porterfield Barry for the Fall 2019 semester as part of East Tennessee State University’s Open Educational Resources (OERs) Awards Program.
Porterfield, Marie. 2020. "Lesson 21: Vision and Abstraction by Female Artists." Art Appreciation Open Educational Resource. Johnson City: East Tennessee State University.
Lesson 21 Presentation in PowerPoint
21-Vision-and-Abstraction-by-Female-Artists-Reading-List.docx (14 kB)
Lesson 21 Reading List in Word
21-Vision-and-Abstraction-by-Female-Artists-Sketchbook-Assignment.docx (11 kB)
Lesson 21 Sketchbook Assignment in Word