Studio 5 presents three bold female artists who stand with all women to be bold for change. Painter Barbara Muth and mixed-media artist Fierce Sonia are no strangers to being bold in their work. Photographer Julie Patrick joins as a studio guest.

On March 8, International Women’s Day asked each of us to #BeBoldForChange. The campaign’s 2017 theme asks each of us to play a role challenging bias, inequality, and violence, while also celebrating, honoring and uplifting the achievements of women and support their continued advancement. Studio 5 is proud to live these values and celebrate strong female artists in their new show.

Meet the artists for a reception on Sunday, March 26 from 3-5pm.

For more information, contact Julie Patrick: juliepatrickphotography@gmail.com


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