Through the creative eyes of award-winning photographers, this project celebrates women who define beauty to include their abilities to boldly defy life’s challenges…
challenges which may shape their daily lifestyles, but which can’t override the strength and courage of each project model. That is the real definition of beauty!
Bold Beauty Project Morgan’s Wonderland from Robert Cook on Vimeo.… Read More Morgan’s Wonderland Video
Christine Hoyt, photographed by Jim McJunkin, passed away on August 14 at the age of 27.… Read More Erin Christine Hoyt Passed Away on August 14
Located at the beautiful Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio, the Texas Bold Beauty Project will host its last opening for the year on September 28th and 29th. The hours will be 10am-4pm Saturday and 11am-4pm Sunday.… Read More Morgan’s Wonderland: Last Show Sept. 28-29th.
The Texas Bold Beauty Project wrapped up a show at the Texas Capitol in Austin. Help us with our expenses https://tinyurl.com/yywqy5wo… Read More Help Keep the Dream Alive
Bold Beauty Texas on Display at the Texas Capitol Rotunda July 13-26… Read More BBPTX at the Capitol Rotunda!
MAGIC OF LIFE APRIL 4 — MAY 1 Reception: April 5, 5-7 p.m:Bold Beauty Project Texas. Beautiful and Courageous Texas Women, Sponsored by the Wimberley Valley Art League www.austintexas.gov/obemporium… Read More Old Bakery and Emporium, Starting April 4th!
Opening The Bold Beauty Project, Texas at Austin City Hall
20 large format photographs taken by expert local photographers of disabled women tell their various stories and reveal their unstoppable beauty. The exhibition at City Hall will remain up for visiting until December, 2019.… Read More The Open of BBP Texas @ The Peoples Gallery
Video: City View Reviews People’s Gallery Show of the Bold Beauty Project Texas… Read More BBPTX in the People’s Gallery!
The People’s Gallery at City Hall Shows Women With Disabilities in a New Light The Bold Beauty Project of Texas exhibits portraits of courageous women from across the state… Read More The People’s Gallery in The Austin Chronicle
I’m Barbie! I am 30 years old. When I was fourteen, I was in a car accident resulting in a complete spinal cord injury at T4/T3 level. My life changed in a matter of seconds. Doctors said I would never walk again. My love of sports and dreams of becoming a professional soccer player vanished. They were replaced by physical and emotional pain and years of healing.… Read More Our Stories: Barbara Ramirez