Reflections Of A Multicultural Mom

By Margaret Rapp From Mom Egg Review Vol. 13 On my son’s third birthday, he got chicken pox. We cancelled his party, but I still gave him the present he most wanted – a Barbie doll. Although I am a “modern” Mom, I was a little uncomfortable giving him a Barbie, so I gave himContinue reading “Reflections Of A Multicultural Mom”

M.A.M.A. – Mothers ARE Making Art – New Installation(s)

WHAT: The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are partnering for bi-monthly on-line presentations featuring M.A.M.A. – Mothers are Making Art. WHEN: The 1st and the 15th of each month words and images will highlight the joy and the challenges of being both a mother and an artist. WHERE: OnlineContinue reading “M.A.M.A. – Mothers ARE Making Art – New Installation(s)”

Maternal Nest

Kerry Stammers- ‘Maternal Nest’ painting As part of our ongoing series with Procreate Project, MAMA: mothers are making art announces new works and texts. According to Kerry, the painting “represents the nesting instinct in pregnancy and the rediscovery of creative ‘playtime’. The background foliage of the nest which is painted are the flowers from my mothersContinue reading “Maternal Nest”

The Art of Motherhood

Since immersing myself in the motherworld in 1989 I have observed the rise in the visibility of humans engaged in the practice of birth and caregiving. This visibility has translated into music, scholarship, literature, theater, and most recently a rise in fine artists lending their passion to making video, photography, paintings, and performance. I amContinue reading “The Art of Motherhood”