Opposite Ends of the Gallery - Punk and Late 19th Century as Neighbors

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Opposite Ends of the Gallery - Punk and Late 19th Century as Neighbors - image 10 - student project

I am a wig and makeup artist, stylist, and milliner for theater and film, and a founding member of a new independent theater company whose goal is to present new work in new ways.

I have been struggling to organize these varied roles in my head, to latch on to images that will help me  find the inspiration I need to connect them.

Two new exhibits at the Met in NYC featuring Punk and Impressionism and its affect on fashion was the inspiration for this board. I always seem to stumble into the right museum at the right time.