The “Women’s Work” by Stacey Beach
Stacey Beach examines themes of femininity, the domestic, and the maternal through her textile art. This piece was inspired by works attributed to Anonymous—in other words, to women who were not recognized for their artistic pursuits.
Piece-sewn found fabric, thread and canvas. 50” x 40.” See the piece from conception to creation here.
100% of the proceeds from this one-of-a-kind piece will benefit The Women’s Building in San Francisco.
About the Artist
Stacey Beach is a California artist whose piece-sewn textile works celebrate the marginalized traditions of textile, decorative, and folk arts and their inextricable association with the maternal, the domestic, and the feminine. Beach holds an MFA from California College of the Arts and has shown across the US. A series of prints based on her ink drawings is currently available through a Design within Reach x Uprise NY collaboration. She has been shortlisted for the Hopper Prize twice and previously worked as painting assistant to Takashi Murakami.
More One-of-a-Kind Artwork
In honor of our ten-year anniversary, we commissioned seven artists to create their own interpretation of the M.M.LaFleur icon, which represents a woman with an idea. 100% of the proceeds from these works will benefit social-impact organizations selected by each artist.