AnnaBrooke Greene is a senior at GS graduating Spring 2020 with a BFA (2D) and writing minor. As an intersectional-feminist artist, she explores the visual language associated and connected to femininity. Conventional perceptions and cultural stereotypes are examined through the use of female figures, colors, and floral patterning for their associations to ideas of femininity. She showcases the beauty, power, and diversity of femininity in her subjects and celebrates their many complexities and connections while exposing stereotypes. By using associated feminine mediums and imagery, she opens up a chance to reconstruct the social norms of gender equality into a new understanding of how we perceive it in our contemporary culture. Some of her influences include Annette Messager, Ghada Amer, and Georgia OKeefe.