Nicole Snyder

Nicole Snyder

Nicole Snyder, senior, has always been an avid reader and fell in love with writing during her first high school English class. Outside of school, she spends her time painting and spending time with friends. Nicole’s favorite piece of literature is The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.

More of Nicole Snyder’s Work:

  • Guerrilla Girls: The Importance and Obstacle of Anonymity - For centuries, the fine art world forced women to fight for scraps of recognition and prove that their names deserved to be displayed next to their male contemporaries. The anonymity …
  • A Look At Some of the Earliest Female Artists - Since the beginning of time, people have created art. Whether that be through cave paintings or through pottery, art has always been a fixture of the human existence. While the …
  • How Judy Chicago Helped Launch the Feminist Art Movement - For centuries, female artists were pushed to the side of the fine art world, forced to struggle for meager hints of recognition. It is only within the past few decades …
  • Georgia O’Keeffe: The First of Many - Art history is rife with firsts. The first cave painting. The first artwork with linear perspective. The first professional artist. The firsts to spark an artistic movement. And among them, …
  • Moonlit Waves - Toes dig into the supple sand as frigid October water glides and froths over my feet. The waves’ crashes and calls seem louder tonight than ever before. Maybe it was …
  • Why Everyone Wants a Shirt With Frida Kahlo’s Face On It - Frida Kahlo’s bold portraits stare back at viewers from every surface: wallets, shoes, t-shirts, coffee mugs, and, of course, her actual paintings. She has been elevated to a pop culture …
  • Artemisia Gentileschi & Women in Art History - Rembrandt. Vermeer. Caravaggio. These are painters well known to the world and with each of them, images of intensely beautiful Baroque paintings are evoked. Unlike the other titans of the …
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