NASTY WOMEN Memphis | Art + Activism



Connie Lampen: The Color Purple

7” x 9” Mounted on Canvas / Artist Statement on Back
Acrylic on Canvas

50% Donation

Pickup: 8:00 pm
October 21, 2022
(exhibit closing)
Marshall Arts
639 Marshall Ave
Memphis, Tenn

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Artist’s Biography/Statement:

Purple is a color symbolizing women. The color purple signifies justice and dignity. Purple is historically associated with efforts to achieve gender equality. In this context it was first used alongside green and white as the colors of the Women’s Social and Political Union, the organization that led Britain’s women’s suffrage movement in the early 20th century.

Submitted to encourage and help women towards a future filled with hope and strength to stand tall in all circumstances. And to inspire each woman to believe in their inner beauty, which further manifests increased courage with each step they take on their journey.

Retiring from FedEx after 26 years of service, Ms. Lampen is now following her passion to ‘touch’ lives with color.

Her work has been displayed in numerous art galleries & decorative arts/custom furnishing companies, & local organizations. She values the following locations:

  • Methodist North Hospital, ICU unit in Memphis
  • Living Water International Headquarters in Texas

Painting is truly my passion. My quest is to place peace in each stroke of my brush. Blending abstract with reality, I strive to place movement plus a message of tranquility & comfort within the colors of each painting. I believe art is healing in many ways. Making a connection with a person’s heart and giving hope in our ever-changing world is my goal.

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