I’m doing #the100DayProject

I’m doing #the100DayProject

This year for #the100DayProject, I’m taking photos for my The View through the Windshield series. There’s nothing like the need to post a photo on Instagram every single day to keep you on your creative toes, looking for interesting things to photograph....
Breaking the Bronze Ceiling

Breaking the Bronze Ceiling

For whatever reason, people in Chicago and all over the world are starting to notice how few women have been honored with a public, outdoor statue. I’m starting to see and hear about it everywhere and want to share some of the interesting articles and podcasts...
Where to Read More about Women Artists

Where to Read More about Women Artists

Did you know I interview artists for Moore Women Artists? I also write essays and do research pieces about artists who have passed away. You can find my most recent articles on my contributor page: http://moorewomenartists.org/contributor/elaine-luther And the whole...
Shrine for a Sippy Cup

Shrine for a Sippy Cup

This sculpture, Shrine for a Sippy Cup, is part of my new Little Houses series, the plant inside the sippy cup is artificial bittersweet. It’s about the time when your youngest child gets older, leaves that little kid stage and you’re totally cool with it,...
Mostly Unintentionally Funny Signs

Mostly Unintentionally Funny Signs

I noticed I take a lot of photos of signs that aren’t meant to be funny, but strike me as funny. I wondered what they would look like in a mosaic, so here it is. Couple in there that aren’t funny, they snuck...
I’m all out of art! (to display)

I’m all out of art! (to display)

This year my art has been out of the studio and on display for a total of 8 months, with two shows overlapping! That’s a record for me. The Our Ladies went visiting at the Orland Park Public Library in May, for Mother’s Day. The year started with the...
Adorable Suitcase Made of an Altoids Smalls Tin

Adorable Suitcase Made of an Altoids Smalls Tin

Do you ever make something so cute you can’t believe it? I made this adorable suitcase during day camp this summer. Pictured here with a kokeshi doll for scale. How to make it: I gessoed the tin, let that dry. Then I painted it black. The handle is made out of a...