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In response to Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, we encourage you to share thoughts, memories, images or video of women who have inspired you. Tell us about the positive impact a woman has made on your life. Here are some ideas to get you started: view sample questions

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My mom is a health coach who moved away from the PNW last year. We miss her a lot! We were able to visit my parents in Virginia this summer, and here are my two favorite women, making healthy smoothies together.
-Hafidha Acuay Osuna

My mom is a health coach who moved away from the PNW last year. We miss her a lot! We were able to visit my parents in Virginia this summer, and here are my two favorite women, making healthy smoothies together.

-Hafidha Acuay Osuna

— 2 years ago
#women  #wall of women  #women take over  #seattle  #Seattle Art Museum  #Share Your Story  #mom  #daughter  #love  #family  #elles:sam 
The Two Women in Sunglasses have been my friends for 45 years we met living on a cul de sac in Southern California they taught me how to Count change at the ice cream truck, how to ride a bicycle, how to swim, but mot importantly how people can remain friends and Love You for who You are past who You keep thinking You should be ♥
- IndianLola Escalante

The Two Women in Sunglasses have been my friends for 45 years we met living on a cul de sac in Southern California they taught me how to Count change at the ice cream truck, how to ride a bicycle, how to swim, but mot importantly how people can remain friends and Love You for who You are past who You keep thinking You should be ♥

- IndianLola Escalante

— 2 years ago
#women  #seattle  #Seattle Art Museum  #elles:sam  #women take over  #wall of women  #friends  #love  #childhood  #Share Your Story 
This is my mother, Suzanne Wolfe. She is a brilliant fiction writer and Literature professor at Seattle Pacific University. She has always been my biggest supporter and inspiration to be bold and never give up as a contemporary female visual artist.
- Helena Wolfe

This is my mother, Suzanne Wolfe. She is a brilliant fiction writer and Literature professor at Seattle Pacific University. She has always been my biggest supporter and inspiration to be bold and never give up as a contemporary female visual artist.

- Helena Wolfe

— 2 years ago
#seattle  #Seattle Art Museum  #elles:sam  #women  #women take over  #wall of women  #love  #mom  #family  #share your story