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Published:February 24th, 2012 00:15 EST
Moira Cue and Judyth Piazza Discuss Semiotics of Female Iconography on The AP

Moira Cue and Judyth Piazza Discuss Semiotics of Female Iconography on The AP

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

The first time I had the honor to be introduced to Moira Cue, I was sent one of her paintings through the Internet, and a photograph of herself from a fashion show. The first thing I thought was, what a beautiful, great painting it was.

I was also upset that someone was trying to play a trick on me by having torn out and scanned a masterpiece painting from Picasso from an art book, and a photo of a pretty girl and told me the model was the artist.

I racked my brain for some time thinking of where I had seen the painting. After some lengthy E-mails, and finally a phone call with Moira Cue herself, I found out the shocking truth. This beautiful woman was not only the actual painter, she had also created over 1000 other works of art, equally impressive. And she was an actress, writer, and singer. I was blown away.

With artwork in the collection of Madonna, appearances on E! and Chicago Tonight, and songs that have been praised by some of the biggest names in music, Moira Cue is creating her mark in the world of entertainment as one of the greatest prodigies of our time.

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