Aging Beyond Modernism: Portraits of Modernist Women in Old Age is a series of portraits by local artist Kim Rae Taylor, capturing some of the women artists and writers who helped define the modernist era of the early twentieth century. Although the numerous “-isms” of this period are primarily identified with men, women were a vital part of the avant-garde. Many of the women lived remarkably long live and remained productive beyond the scope of Modernism. The paintings document them as they looked in old age, and serve as a visual extension of Taylor’s research examining women artists and aging. Paintings will be presented along with biographical information about each woman.