On March 30, 2019 Good Curvy will exhibit a collection of art called, “The Shape Of Woman.” The collection features work that uses lines and contrast to express the beauty and uniqueness of curves on a woman. All the pieces have been created by our very own Tashmere Simmonds and feature, Ceecee Luv, Jonda Parker, Ceci Amore, and Chrisy Chris, some of the most amazing models and influencers in the South East.
Prints and canvas’ included in “The Art Of Woman” Collection will be available for sale.
We will also debut The GC Suite featuring the beautiful Nova Day The Nudist. The GC Suite is an experience Good Curvy created to awaken your senses and bring out your creative side... it presents a moment where art meets life and gives participants an interactive experience that will pull on your creative vibes. Participants will be have the opportunity to create their own masterpieces to take home with them.
“This is something I have always wanted to see. There have been shows that featured art with curvy women in it, but I feel that there is so much beauty in the body of a woman that the concept deserved its own focus.” -Tashmere Simmonds- Creator
Good Curvy is a body positive initiative used to promote positive images of curvy women. It was established in 2017 by Self Love Activist and Artist, Tashmere Simmonds, who has been an active participant in the plus size community since 2010. Good Curvy produces art that instills value in all curvy woman and encourages them to love themselves fully.
Mark your calendars and join us for a truly curvy occasion on March 30, 2019 from 7:30-10:30.
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Good Curvy is an initiative created to highlight curvy women in a positive light through art.
THE MISSION Our mission is to remove all barriers around negative body image by showing women how beautiful their bodies are so that they can be confident in themselves and find power in their place in the world.
THE BEGINNING Good Curvy began in a moment of clarity. There was a conversation about body shape and no one wanted to admit to being apple shaped. It was as if having wide round hips were good but having a wide rounded stomach was bad... It was clear to me at that moment that their is no such thing as a bad curve; we are all GOOD CURVY