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"High Heels for Going to Heaven" by Yayoi Kusama, is on display, post-security, in Terminal 1. https://t.co/GHvydbyyV9 #YayoiKusama #Kusama #WomensHistoryMonth #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 22, 2019.

"I was always interested in borders and issues around land and landlessness, and being an immigrant, and I found it rewarding to look up and see these clouds moving — without any limitations, without checkpoints, without passports." #SanazMazinani #5WomenArtists #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on March 17, 2020.

"Ocean Voices II" by Ursula von Rydingsvard is on display, post-security, in Terminal 3. https://t.co/YzsdyyUtjI #Airportart #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 05, 2017.

"Untitled” by #MargaretKilgallen, is on display, post-security, in Terminal 1. See it online at: https://t.co/n3WJYHofOv #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 24, 2020.

#RuthAsawa (1926–2013) worked in #sculpture and created a handful of functional objects including this egg #basket. #5womenartists #WHM2017

This tweet was posted on March 23, 2017.

#SanazMazinani's series of photographic montages, 'Forever in the Sky’, takes as its subject clouds over San Francisco intermingled with iconic SF landmarks, and infused with Persian motifs to make complex portraits of the city’s sky-scape. #5WomenArtists #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on March 17, 2020.

#TerriLoewenthal’s technique shifts colors into oversaturated hues of purples, blues and yellows and overlaps multiple vantage points, offering the viewer a revelatory experience of the Eastern Sierra landscape. #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 31, 2020.

#UrsulavonRydingsvard has created sculptures out of cedar wood for the past 35 years. Using circular saws and chisels, she and her assistants have patiently carved and chipped at cedar 4-by-4's to create “Ocean Voices II”'s monumental form. #5womenartists

This tweet was posted on March 11, 2020.

#UrsulavonRydingsvard’s longstanding use of wood is linked to memories of the makeshift structures that her Ukranian-Polish family inhabited while moving from one displaced-persons camp to the next across postwar Germany. #5womenartists

This tweet was posted on March 11, 2020.

#YayoiKusama has used shoes as a recurring motif throughout her practice, and their presence here recalls her long-standing interest in fashion. https://t.co/GHvydbyyV9 #WomensHistoryMonth #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 22, 2019.

After a trip to #Mexico, #RuthAsawa was inspired by #looped #wire #basketry used to store produce in the marketplace #5womenartists #WHM2017

This tweet was posted on March 23, 2017.

By creating images that are “familiar but otherworldly,” #TerriLoewenthal presents a vision of the natural world that extends beyond its economic and recreational value, illuminating possibilities of spiritual connection and transcendence. #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 31, 2020.

Happy 88th Birthday to #YayoiKusama! See "High Heels for Going to Heaven" on display, post-security, in T1. #HBD #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 22, 2017.

Happy 90th birthday #YayoiKusama!!! Kusama is considered one of the most important Japanese artists of her generation, and in the 1960s, was dubbed the "polka dot princess" due to her signature motif. https://t.co/GHvydbQ9MH #WomensHistoryMonth #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 22, 2019.

In 1989, #MargaretKilgallen moved to San Francisco, where she fell into a group of artists that would become the Mission School. Killgallen had an interest in literary arts, typography, hand-lettering, print-making, sign painting, and folk art. #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 24, 2020.

In her “Psychscapes”, #TerriLoewenthal draws upon the history of California landscape photography, reimagining the genre in a psychedelic light. She captures each image as a single exposure using her unique in-camera process. #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 31, 2020.

See “No Other Lands Their Glory Know” by #AliceShaw on display, post security, in the International Terminal above gate G7. https://t.co/WpNEYd8GRT 📸 © Ethan Kaplan #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 03, 2020.

The title for “No Other Lands Their Glory Know” by #AliceShaw is taken from a line in a poem, The Redwoods, written by Joseph B. Strauss who was the chief engineer of the Golden Gate Bridge. 📸 © Ethan Kaplan #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 03, 2020.

This artwork, "Bay Area Victorian, Bay Area Deco, Bay Area Funk" by Joyce Kozloff, is inspired by historical decorative styles found in the Bay Area. https://t.co/4gJOiSQfIf #womenshistorymonth #5womenartists

This tweet was posted on March 10, 2018.

Touchstones in #MargaretKillgallen’s work are the monikers and images that stand in for the unsung heroines of overlooked subcultures, women whose triumphs were on the fringes of the mainstream. #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 24, 2020.

Using circular saws and chisels, von Rydingsvard patiently carved and chipped at cedar 4x4s to create "Ocean Voices II". #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 05, 2017.

“Forever in the Sky” by #SanazMazinani is on display, post-security, in Terminal 3. https://t.co/cvsSTUR2Bi #5WomenArtists #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on March 17, 2020.

“No Other Lands Their Glory Know” by #AliceShaw is a photographic image of a redwood forest on Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California just north of San Francisco. 📸 © Ethan Kaplan #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 03, 2020.

“Psychscape 73 (Downs, Mount, CA)" and "Psychscape 18 (Banner Ridge, CA)” by #TerriLoewenthal are on display in the Grand Hyatt Hotel. See them online at: https://t.co/hZ0ynkrjsD #MuseumFromHome #5WomenArtists

This tweet was posted on March 31, 2020.