Recipient of Anonymous Was A Woman Award

13 October, 2016

Medrie MacPhee is among 10 women artists from the US, Mexico, Iran, Cuba, Canada, and Japan to be named as this year’s recipients of the Anonymous Was A Woman Award. The name of the grant program refers to a line in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own. The grant is awarded to artists over 40 years of age “who have made significant contributions in their fields to date, while continuing to exhibit originality and creative potential through ongoing work.” MacPhee is in the company of Shiva Ahmadi, Laura Anderson Barbata, Tania Bruguera, Sonya Clark, Simone Leigh, Eiko Otake, Rona Pondick, Lourdes Portillo and Shinique Smith.

For more information see: the official press release, the list of 2016 award winners, or the Anonymous Was A Woman Award site

Interview by Sharon Butler on “Two Coats of Paint”

18 March, 2016

Sharon Butler sits down with Medrie MacPhee to discuss imagery, humour, color, technique and more. Two Coats of Paint is an NYC-based art project, that includes an award-winning art blog with an emphasis on contemporary painting and related issues.

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