O Canada by Joyce Wieland, 1970. Lithograph in red on wove paper.
To make this print, Wieland put on greasy lipstick and pressed her lips onto a clean lithography stone, forming the syllables of the Canadian national anthem. The piece plays with ideas of feminism and nationalism. The “O” in the title is repeated in the shape of the lips, suggesting both fervent patriotism and a kind of eroticism.
"Hunters in the Snow (January)”
from the Series of the Months
Author: Pieter Brueghel the Elder (Flemish, ca. 1525-1569)
Medium: Oil on panel
Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
Ruth Wilson FLAUNT Magazine (9/2013)