International Women's Day Show

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International Women's Day Show

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Little Pink Monster Gallery has been asked to participate in a group show of International proportions by Sweet'Art Collective in London. Both Sweet Art and LPM will nominate 5 artists from our home countries and then ship their work to our sister gallery. Austin, Texas --> London, England. London, England --> Austin, Texas. An amazing concept and an awesome opportunity for us and the artists we support and love. So far we have invited and accepted "yes" from ... Susi Brister Katie Rose Pipkin and Nate Masse ...and will be extending future invitations soon. To learn more about this incredible group show, please email us littlepinkmonster512@gmail.com XO LPM In efforts to support International Women's Day, we will be hosting our sister gallery's artists on Sunday, March 8th. What is International Women's Day? #MakeItHappen #womensday #IWD2015 #internationalwomensday #PaintItPurple Why purple? From 1908, the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) in Great Britain adopted the color scheme of purple, white and green to symbolize the plight of the Suffragettes. Purple symbolized justice and dignity - two values strongly associated with women's equality. The three colors were used for banners, flags, rosettes and badges to show solidarity. More information to come.

By: Little Pink Monster Gallery