Jul 27, 2021
When the pandemic hit New York City, internationally acclaimed designer Rebecca Moses turned to her art for comfort, imagination, and connection. She put a post on Instagram asking women to write about their pandemic experience, letters from the heart. In return, she would paint their portrait. And the “Stay Home Sisterhood” was born.
To date, over 410 women from all over the world have shared their stories and seen themselves through Rebecca’s eyes, a remarkable gift.
Rebecca also volunteered to paint the portraits of 50 nurses at Mount Sinai Hospital in honor of “The Year of The Nurse.” A moment of kindness and love in a very dark time.
Listen to today’s Twisting the Plot Podcast as Rebecca talks about the importance of trusting your voice, finding the beauty within, and lifting women up. Rebecca also shares with us what she’s learned about “The power of the paintbrush,” and our ongoing evolution.