Thirteen female artists honour the great artist, creating “impressions” of her daisies.

The Daisies that are exhibited in the atrium space of the museum experiment with the aesthetic experiences of the observer, having as their focus the awakening of their critical thinking, exploring a tangled social palette and extending their experiential delight though an abundance of image and textures.


Through a post-modern aesthetic approach, the wild flowers of Thalia’s painting are brought up to date, utilising allegorical symbolism.

Tumbling between revolutionary ideas of Impressionism and their “debt” as contemporary female artists to embrace current artistic freedom, the artists in the exhibition bring to light the adversarial conditions in which female artists of other times lived and worked.