From Fairy Tales to Reality

Sometimes Madness is Wisdom: The Artwork of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald
On display at Cameron Art Museum through March 10th
www.cameronartmuseum.com

CIRCUS LIFE: Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (American, 1900-1948), Circus, ca. 1938, oil on canvas, 36   x 24  inches, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; Gift of the artist, 1943.5

CIRCUS LIFE: Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (American, 1900-1948), Circus, ca. 1938, oil on canvas, 36 ¼ x 24 ¼ inches, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; Gift of the artist, 1943.5

In the times of rising feminism, it’s no secret that history is told from a male perspective. For centuries women were sequestered to the home as they fulfilled the societal confines of feminine acceptability.

In the art world, not much is different. Although female artists highlight history with their images, the great canvases of every generation were created by

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