Madelaine's work has been featured on the following websites:
"Art of the Feminine - Twelve International Artists" from April 11 - 25, 2009
Madelaine's work is exhibiting as part of the Women Painters of Washington exhibit Waters Alive from Monday, Nov 3rd, 2008 – Friday, Jan 30th, 2009
The Women Painters of Washington exhibition at Seattle's Arts West Gallery features works from the Truth and Reconciliation series.
Current juried exhibition includes "Mothers of Ten" which was awarded the Olympic Art Association Award.
A recent exhibit of Madelaine Georgette's new still life
work is featured at Galeria de Arte Sala Barna in Barcelona, Spain.
Gallerie Boeher in Austria exhibited Madelaine's work at their Salzburg gallery.
The online edition of New Humanist Magazine features Gillian Slovo's article "Revealing is Healing' - which examines examines Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa. (Featuring paintings from Madelaine Georgette)Revealing is Healing.
OpenDemocracy is an organization that aims to provide independent education on important global issues of our time. Their conflicts page contains varied commentary and voices concerned about major international conflict issues.
The article. Nelson Mandela: Assessing the Icon, refers to Madelaine's painting/text on the subject of Necklacing.
The article, The Art of Reconciliation, features an overview of Madelaine Georgette's work on South Africa and the reconciliation process.
Madelaine Georgette's images are used to illustrate George Lawson's
article: "Truth or Dare? Truth Commissions Between Old and
Truth and Reconciliation Process
The following links provide a wealth of information on the Truth and Reconciliation process both in South Africa and in other countries around the world:
This is the official website of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Dimostenis Yagcioglu has compiled an extensive list of organizations whose work is devoted to conflict resolution.
The United States Agency for International Development has a resource guide that deals specifically with conflict resolution in Africa.
Madelaine Georgette's A Just Society is a 2003, Showcase Award Winner for Manhattan Art's online exhibition, "The Healing Power of Art". Visit the exhibition
Madelaine Georgette is a member of the Women Painters of Washington, an organization of professional artists based in Washington State.
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