In lieu of my own art and campaign, I would like to recognize artist Camille Claudel. She inspired many artists to step outside of societies’ comfort zones, and embrace the human body.
As she once said, “You find me at work: excuse the dust on my blouse. I sculpt my marble myself.”
Women work for what they want just as hard as men, let’s get out there and fight for our rights!
Why does society shame the art of one’s body? How can this be inappropriate, when we are taught to embrace our bodies?