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How does contemporary art address the idea of identity? How do artists working today reveal and question commonly held assumptions about stereotypes, self-awareness, portaiture, and what it means to be an artist? The Art in the Twenty-First Century documentary “Identity” explores these questions through the work of the artists William Wegman, Bruce Nauman, Kerry James Marshall, Maya Lin, and Louise Bourgeois.

How does contemporary art address the idea of identity? How do artists working today reveal and question commonly held assumptions about stereotypes, self-awareness, portaiture, and what it means to be an artist? The Art in the Twenty-First Century documentary “Identity” explores these questions through the work of the artists William Wegman, Bruce Nauman, Kerry James Marshall, Maya Lin, and Louise Bourgeois.

Nevelson inspired art; make the first 4 cuts together to make a box, then have them use strips to create a relief sculpture

Nevelson inspired art; make the first 4 cuts together to make a box, then have them use strips to create a relief sculpture

Blind Faith - She has learnt to trust, to release herself from fear and is ready to face whatever may come.Prints and original for sale here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/blind-faith-louise-williams.html

Blind Faith - She has learnt to trust, to release herself from fear and is ready to face whatever may come.Prints and original for sale here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/blind-faith-louise-williams.html

Coral – Of Land, of Sea, of Mind (2014)  170 cm x  97 cm. Free Motion Embroidery, Painting and Applique.

Coral – Of Land, of Sea, of Mind (2014) 170 cm x 97 cm. Free Motion Embroidery, Painting and Applique.

a WIP piece... follow the progress on my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Louise-Williams-Heartistry/286297614758552?ref=hl

a WIP piece... follow the progress on my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Louise-Williams-Heartistry/286297614758552?ref=hl

Crewel chair with Louise Chrimes patterns stitched by Beatrice K Williams (Mrs. William R. Williams) over 50 years ago. Detailed photos courtesy of her granddaughters. Mrs. Williams was justifiably proud of her stitching and hence extremely angry with the "cleaners" who stained the back of the chair. Her work is so lovely it doesn't matter. This is the same chair that appears in Mildred Davis' book, The Art of Crewel Embroidery

Crewel chair with Louise Chrimes patterns stitched by Beatrice K Williams (Mrs. William R. Williams) over 50 years ago. Detailed photos courtesy of her granddaughters. Mrs. Williams was justifiably proud of her stitching and hence extremely angry with the "cleaners" who stained the back of the chair. Her work is so lovely it doesn't matter. This is the same chair that appears in Mildred Davis' book, The Art of Crewel Embroidery

The Optimist - She is an optimist, she sees the fun in things despite the difficultiesPrints and original available from http://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-optimist-louise-williams.html

The Optimist - She is an optimist, she sees the fun in things despite the difficultiesPrints and original available from http://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-optimist-louise-williams.html