Gabrielle Abbott is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores feminism, sexuality, spirituality and social-justice.
Recent projects include “Confessions of a Former Bully,” an animated documentary which won best Northwest Film at the Seattle Children’s International Film Festival in January 2017. Gabrielle is adjunct faculty at Antioch University, Seattle, and offers mentorship in art and creativity.
The Isis Women Arts Festival is a celebration of feminine creativity in Seattle. The event brings together women-identified artists for an evening of music, art and perfomance at Mokedo Gallery. Now in it's 8th year, the festival is an opportunity experimentation and networking within the local community of women artists. I'll be there with my garden of pussyflowers, and I’d love you to join me!
There are an estimated 5,400 suicide attempts every day by teenagers in the US. Physical and social bullying is a factor in nearly all of these cases. "Confessions of a Former Bully" is the only children's film which addresses the issue from the perspective of the perpetrator. By understanding the reasons people victimize others, we can address the issue at the root of the problem.
Fight the patriarchy with revolutionary, Pussyflower power. This FREE digital download can be printed at 18" x 24" (poster size), for all your wheat-paste, protest and other political needs. Fill out the form and receive your poster. You are the revolution.