Saturday, August 01, 2020

The Essential Peregrine

She's one of the most successful living artists who calls Kansas City home . . . Here's a quick peek into her life. Take a look:

My Essentials: Peregrine Honig - In Kansas City

Peregrine Honig is a rare bird. Her art is in the permanent collection of The Whitney Museum of Art, The Chicago Art Institute, and The New York Public Library, among others. Besides having her art shown internationally, she's also in the midst of turning The West 18th Street Fashion Show's 20th year into a feature-length...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Peregrine Honig and Michael Mackie?
Birds of a feather, flock together.

When self-absorbed cuckoo birds create their own little nests, perform skits, and invite others to watch them.

Grip Madlock said...

Michael Mackie aka Kelly

Anonymous said...

pH has some of the people fooled I see. Her artwork is adequate, nothing special. Her lingerie store is a convergence from other outlets. One can purchase those items directly online.

Anonymous said...

Wonder what she'd be doing if Daddy hadn't been a Rich Banker?
Probably an Elementary School Art Teacher.
Sort of a Missouri -side Rita Blitt.

Anonymous said...

We are fortunate to have such a talented, sophisticated artist in Kansas City. She inspires other artists to create and that’s why Kansas City is so culturally respected across the world.

Grip Madlock said...

Actually we are recognized because of murderous boons and a closeted Mayor who can't even keep his staff under control.

Anonymous said...

I will only finish reading the article if She is LGBT. Otherwise BLM indicates that it can not be done in 2020.

Anonymous said...

Where is the feature article on local black artists? That magazine is RACISS!

Peregrine said...

Your comment was sent to me. My father recently died. He was a carpenter who went back to school when I was three to become an engineer- a sweet guy raised by public school teachers. I loved him very much. You are of course welcome to dislike what I do, but please be aware your information about my father is incorrect.