Angry Women in Forever Deep Waters

“Angry Women In Forever Deep Waters” gives a nod to all the unseen and unpaid labor women have done historically in the service of their families and society at large. Low income folks engaged in domestic work continue to be dominated and exploited – sometimes by upper class women who have been unable to connect to women outside of their own economic class. This image also depicts the incredible mask we often wear to hide our anger and frustration while we do the work necessary to survive and/or support our families.

Created in December of 2013. Collage #311. Collage of linoleum block prints, woodblock prints, spray paint, coffee and ink staining, and handwritten history notes from my 103 year old cousin Fannie Simonowsky. 22.5” x 30.”